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What I've Learned From No-Tilling: Total Commitment And Technology Make 100% No-Till Work

No-tiller Cade Bushnell made major planter changes, added continuous corn and cut nitrogen rates with a four-part program.
Shifting from conventional tillage to no-till often requires a lot of physical change in your operation. Just as importantly, adopting this new way of farming demands a strong dose of faith during a transition period that might take several years. I like to joke it’s the same kind of devotion it takes to make a good marriage work.
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Does Mixing Order Matter?

An item in the October, 2003, issue on the proper order of tankmixing glyphosate products led to a comment from a No-Till Farmer reader in North Dakota. He informed us that research conducted at North Dakota State indicates that the efficacy of Roundup herbicide is not affected by the order in which it is mixed with water and ammonium sulfate (AMS).
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New Ways To Control Weeds In No-Tilled Soybeans

National No-Tillage Conference attendees heard fresh ideas on battling no-till soybean weeds with the introduction of new herbicides.
One of the hot topics at the National No-Tillage Conference held in Cincinnati were soybeans. Harold Watters, an agronomist with Monsanto, and Dane Bowers, a technical support representative with Syngenta Crop Protection, Inc. addressed issues on combatting soybean weeds and introduced their new products, Roundup UltraMAX and Touchdown IQ, respectively.
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Take A Closer Look At Ammonium Sulfate!

While little attention has been paid to this nitrogen source, there are many benefits to using it with a no-till program.
Like it or not, succeeding in the new millennium is going to require you to make some changes in your no-till program, both in your thought process and in your crop management system.
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