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Making Lemonade from No-Tilled ‘Lemon’ Acreage

Veteran no-tillers John and Alex Young share how strategically adding tile to certain fields has pulled up yields in areas that can be unfarmable in wet years.
Veteran no-tillers John and Alex Young share how strategically adding tile to certain fields has pulled up yields in areas that can be unfarmable in wet years.
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[Podcast] Lessons from 55 Years of No-Tilling

In this <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Copperhead Ag, we welcome Kentucky father and son no-tillers John and Alex Young to share the lessons they’ve learned from the first 55 years of no-tilling.
In this No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Copperhead Ag, we welcome Kentucky father and son no-tillers John and Alex Young to share the lessons they’ve learned from the first 55 years of no-tilling.
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Double-Cropping Veterans Share Expertise On Wheat, Soybeans

With attention to details, double-cropping systems cover the soil, improve soil health, ward off pests and diseases and protect profits, say veteran no-tillers John and Alexander Young.
The reasons for squeezing a 3-year crop rotation into 2 years otherwise known as double cropping are fourfold. John Young and his son Alexander can attest to them.
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What I've Learned From No-Tilling: Stewarding The Birthplace Of No-Till

Sharing and learning are still cornerstones for the Young family, who planted the first commercial no-till field in southern Kentucky 50 years ago.
My father, Harry Young, wasn’t a shy fellow. If he was going to do something, he’d do it out in the open and let the chips fall where they may.
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8 Ways To Make No-Till Wheat A Winner

Choosing the right varieties, herbicides and seeder are among the keys to successfully adding wheat to rotations, says Kentucky no-tiller John Young.
With grain still trading at very attractive prices, no-tillers may be able to increase their profits by adding wheat to their traditional corn-and-soybean rotation. This scenario is especially attractive in regions where soybeans can be double-cropped behind winter wheat.
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