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Turn Stubborn Piles of Residue Into Cash for No-Till Soils, Crops

Biological residue digesters on the market can help no-tillers saddled with not-so-perfect soil biology recycle their crop stover and stubble faster to improve nutrient management.
Highly functioning no-tilled soils should, in theory, efficiently break down crop residue into humus and soil organic matter so plants can take up nitrogen (N), potassium and phosphorus (P) left by the decayed material for the next crop.
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[Podcast] Managing Soil Biology for Faster Crop Residue Breakdown

In this episode of the <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Topcon Agriculture, we are joined by Doug Miller from Midwest Bio-Tech who provides an in-depth look into the science behind residue breakdown
In this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Topcon Agriculture, we are joined by Doug Miller from Midwest Bio-Tech who provides an in-depth look into the science behind residue breakdown
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[Webinar] What Are We Learning from Soil Biological Testing?

In this webinar sponsored by Midwest Bio-Tech we took a look at our valuable soil with crop consultant and no-tiller Daniel Davidson of Stanton, Neb., and Midwest Bio-Tech agronomist and vice president Doug Miller who explained differences and challenges with available soil biological testing methods and shared some of things learned from 2 years of field use.
[To view any of our webinar replays, you must be logged in with a free user account.]
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Shoot for Higher Organic Matter by Relying on Residue

While increasing organic matter is a multi-year process, no-tillers can boost it even faster by ensuring there’s enough plant material to replenish what’s already in the soil and adding more residue.
Despite making up only a small percentage of the soil — no more than 10%, according to the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension — organic matter plays a critical role in the soil’s health and the crops raised on it.
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[Webinar] The Dollars and Cents of Residue Breakdown

During this webinar, Doug Miller, agronomist and vice president of Midwest Bio-Tech, helps you understand the fertility value of the nutrients in crop residue and how the residue decay process affects your bottom line. This FREE webinar is brought to you by the Midwest Bio-Tech. [To view any of our webinar replays, you must be logged in with a free user account.]
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