Articles Tagged with ''Crop yield''

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4 Reasons Why You Should Be Plant Tissue Testing

Unlock additional yield potential & input savings this season

Plant tissue testing provides accurate, real-time measurements to inform your decision-making throughout the growing season. Establishing a tissue sampling program and setting benchmarks for specific crop nutrients allows you to manage for more yield potential and savings.


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Eroded Soils Hurt Your Pocketbook

Don McClure’s presentation at the Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference last month put some good perspective on what’s at stake with yields when soils become eroded.
Don McClure’s presentation at the Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference last month put some good perspective on what’s at stake with yields when soils become eroded.
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Mixed Bag For Latest Cover Crop Study

The latest study about the use of cover crops on the Great Plains has been released, this time focusing on Nebraska. And while the news about their impact on yields and soil-moisture use is mixed at best, that’s only part of the story.
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Tips For Making Radishes Part Of A Dynamic No-Till System

A great beginner’s cover crop, oilseed radishes can tap into underground nutrients, increase water-infiltration rates and ultimately help boost crop yields.
Since he started seeding radishes as cover crops 6 years ago, Illinois no-tiller Daniel Steidinger says higher yields and improved water infiltration are two major benefits he’s seen.
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