Residue Management

Beck's: Chopping Corn Head Provides Up to 15-Bushel Yield Advantage

Residue management at the combine is important, and steps you take to promote good residue practices will positively impact next year's planting pass.

Whether you are harvesting corn or soybeans, residue management at the combine is important. Any steps you take to better promote good residue practices will positively impact the following season's planting pass and will continue into stand establishment.

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[Webinar] Practical Answers to Common Questions about Crop Residue Decay

Due to the high cost and limited availability of commercial fertilizers over the past few years, we have largely focused on recycling valuable nutrients from crop residue. However, there are lots of other benefits from accelerating your residue decay program, including faster soil organic matter formation, fewer problems with planting and emergence, and improved weed and disease control.

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Iran Needs No-Till to Combat Water Scarcity Crisis

If Iran wants to mitigate its water crisis, adapt to new climates, and be resilient against other political and environmental shocks, it will need to continue to invest in conservation agriculture cropping systems and other sustainable strategies.The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.
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