Articles Tagged with ''cereal rye''


No-Tiller Goes Against The Grain

Keith Miller runs coulters without row cleaners, plants later than most and no-tills corn into cereal rye — and gets great stands.
What works for one no-tiller may not work for another. Keith Miller’s no-till operation certainly fits that description.
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30 Years Of Cover Crops Anchor No-Till System

Sharp increases in organic matter and vasity reduced fertilizer cost are just a couple of the benefits that David Brandt has realized on his Ohio farm.
When I planted my first cover crop — cereal rye — in 1978 to control erosion on poorly drained, hilly clay soils, I had no idea what the full ramifications of that decision would be. Since then, cover crops have become the anchor of a diverse crop rotation in our continuous no-till system.
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Cereal Rye Before Soybeans Helps Balance Moisture

Southern Illinois no-tiller successfully drills soybeans into cereal rye standing more than 5 feet tall.’
It may seem improbable and even Terry Dahmer admits his neighbors have thought it a bit unusual, but each spring you’ll find the Marion, Ill., no-tiller pulling a soybean drill through fields of cereal rye about 5 feet tall.
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