Articles Tagged with ''anhydrous''

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Nitrogen Management Vs. No-Till

Check out ways no-tillers are doing a better job of applying nutrients in the face of growing environmental concerns.
With nitrogen management becoming even more important, No-Till Farmer readers have shared a wealth of valuable ideas for helping protect the environment.
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Spring Strip-Tilling Works!

Tackling the challenges and sticking to the basics can improve your strip-tilling success.
Every no-tiller has one trick or idea that they absolutely can’t live without. For David Linn in Correctionville, Iowa, it’s strip-tilling in the spring instead of the fall.
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Stretch Your Anhydrous Efficiency!

Here’s a system that can give you higher no-till yields, less nitrate leaching and reduce opener freeze up.
With growing concern over the efficient use of nitrogen, a new system for applying anhydrous ammonia more accurately may be just the ticket for no-tillers.
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Finding Better Nitrogen Options

Turning classroom sessions from the National No-Tillage Conference into daily practice on the farm pays off for this no-tiller—in a big way.
You've seen the promotion pieces. You’ve browsed through the program. You might have even considered picking up the phone and registering. But if you’ve never attended a National No-Tillage Conference, you are missing out.
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Doing All the Little Things Just Right

Successful no-till on this Iowa farm is the result of a novel four-step management plan.
High corn and soybean yields don’t happen by chance on Condon and Mark Schnepel’s farm in Carson, Iowa. The brothers use a four-step process of planning, on-farm researching, implementing and reviewing to manage their 1,000-acre no-till operation.
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Turn Up Heat On No-Till Corn With Fall Strip Tilling

No-Tillers are finding that mounding a strip of soil with or without deep placement of nutrients ahead of the planter can provide a warm, dry seedbed and help no-till corn get off to a faster start.
Cliff Roberts has been fall strip tilling for a dozen years. The Kentland, Ind., farmer is pretty blunt about why he likes to fall strip till for no-tilled corn grown on silt loam soils.
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