This guest blog is based on comments originally left by No-Till Farmer reader John
Meyer, a no-tiller with 400 acres just west of Stewartville, Minn. His comments were in
response to Frank Lessiter’s May 2018 No-Till Farmer column titled, “Same Old
Conservation Ideas, Just New Words to Describe Them.”
Holtwood, Pa., no-tiller Steve Groff no-tills pumpkins with this Monosem planter that includes Pequea’s Residue Slicers, which cut through rolled-down triticale and hairy vetch ahead of the row units. He no-tills pumpkins in 45-inch rows between Memorial Day and the end of June.
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