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[Webinar] Reducing Shatter Loss, Improving Crop Flow, and Maximizing Yields with Air Assisted Harvesting

We're all familiar with the hard work that goes into raising a crop for harvest and the importance of ensuring you get the most out of every field. One proven way to ensure you are maximizing yields while also improving overall harvest efficiency is by implementing an Air Assist Harvesting System to your harvesting practices. [To view any of our webinar replays, you must be logged in with a free user account.]
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No-Till Passport Series

Groundbreaking Wheat Research Continues at CIMMYT

Mexican no-tiller Guillermo Breton details how organization impacts farmers everywhere.

Guillermo Breton's family had a front row seat to Dr. Norman Borlaug's groundbreaking research on wheat in the 1950's. The fifth-generation no-tiller describes how their work continues today in central Mexico, and is helping farmers better prepare for challenges ahead. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries. 


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[Podcast] No-Till Rice on the Cajun Prairie with Justin Fuselier

For this <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Bio Till Cover Crop Seed, we’re headed to Cajun Country for a talk with fourth-generation farmer Justin Fusilier. Corn and soybean operations dominate most of our readership here at No-Till Farmer, according to our benchmark survey, but Justin stumbled onto something he thinks holds promise in Lousiana, where crops like rice and sugarcane are far more common.
For this No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Bio Till Cover Crop Seed, we’re headed to Cajun Country for a talk with fourth-generation farmer Justin Fusilier. Corn and soybean operations dominate most of our readership here at No-Till Farmer, according to our benchmark survey, but Justin stumbled onto something he thinks holds promise in Lousiana, where crops like rice and sugarcane are far more common.
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No-Till Passport Series

South African No-Tiller Enjoying Above Average Yields on Below Average Soils

Bergville farmer overcame climate, soil challenges by switching to no-till 20 years ago

South African no-tiller Egon Zunckel is always grappling with erratic weather patterns on his farm in Bergville, KwaZulu-Natal. On average, Zunckel gets roughly 36 inches of rain per year, but it’s not uncommon to go 4 months without a single drop during the winter. That’s one of several reasons why he went 100% no-till 20 years ago. The No-Till Passport series is brought to you by Martin Industries.


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