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2021 National Strip-Tillage Conference

National Strip-Tillage Conference Announces Title Sponsors for 8th Annual Event

AgroLiquid, Agrisolutions, Copperhead Ag, Claas, Dawn Equipment Co., Environmental Tillage Systems, Kuhn Krause, Montag Mfg., Orthman Mfg., Schlagel Mfg., Vulcan Equipment and Yetter Mfg. Co. will be title sponsors and exhibit during the 2-day educational event at the Embassy Suites Omaha-La Vista Hotel & Conference Center.
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Nick Bancroft Assumes the Helm of AgroLiquid

AgroLiquid is pleased to announce Nick Bancroft will be stepping into the role of chief executive officer (CEO), effective November 1, 2020. Nick’s promotion comes as current CEO and AgroLiquid founder, Troy Bancroft announces his plan to transition to a more strategic role as president of the AgroLiquid Board of Directors and member of the company’s leadership team.
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‘Split Decision’ Helping More No-Tillers Improve Their Nitrogen Efficiency

Growers and researchers say they’re seeing increased corn yields and more application flexibility with Y-drop systems with targeted placement.
With corn prices continuing on a stagnant path for the foreseeable future, many no-tillers are looking for ways to ratchet up efficiency with their inputs, including with nitrogen (N).
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3 No-Tillers Honored for Responsible Nutrient Management Practices

The 12th class of Responsible Nutrient Management Practitioners is reaping the rewards from soil and tissue testing, thoughtful fertilizer applications and using cover crops.
Recognized for their successful, exacting fertilizer application practices, Karl Dirks, Mount Joy, Pa., Don Villwock of Edwardsport, Ind., and Lowell King of Loma, Colo., were honored as the 12th class of Responsible Nutrient Management Practitioners at the 2020 National No-Tillage Conference in St. Louis.
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3 No-Tillers Honored for Responsible Nutrient Management Practices in 2018

The 11th class of Responsible Nutrient Management Practitioners is reaping the rewards from planting green, building soil organic matter and applying fertilizer with precision.
Planting green, managing water usage and building soil organic matter lead to no-till success for growers in Indiana, Kentucky and Arkansas.
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