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Locate, Correct Compaction For More No-Till Success

Like any field operation, identifying and addressing compaction layers are important to maximize water infiltration, root growth and crop yields.
Compaction can be present in fields for a number of reasons. Normally it’s created when heavy equipment, wagons, trucks, tankers or spreaders make passes on fields when the soil is too wet to hold them. Even heavy planters, tractors or sprayers can cause compaction.
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What I've Learned From No-Tilling: Listening To No-Tillers Makes For Better Equipment

Roy Applequist says Great Plains Mfg. has grown up with the no-till industry, adapting along the way to provide better tools for their no-till customer base.
No-till has played a big part in the growth of our company. We’ve been in the no-till business almost since it started, adapting and manufacturing for this growing and challenging segment.
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