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5 Top Notch Tips for Better No-Till Planting, Seed Placement

Striving for uniformity ‘every day of the year’ is the best approach to no-tilling crops and optimizing yields, says ag engineer Paul Jasa.
WITH PLANTING season not as far away as it might seem, editors at No-Till Farmer recently talked with Nebraska Extension ag engineer Paul Jasa about a range of topics related to no-tilling corn. From ensuring proper seeding depth and spacing, to choosing the right planter and seeder attachments, to the location of the new rows, Jasa explained what steps no-tillers may want to consider to achieve better and more consistent. Here are the highlights of this discussion.
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National No-Tillage Conference Updates

Get Planting Off to a Better Start at the 2018 National No-Tillage Conference

Planter expert Bill Lehmkuhl to host special pre-conference workshop providing basic planter setup and maintenance tips to help make the transition to no-till easier for growers.
Planter expert Bill Lehmkuhl to host special pre-conference workshop providing basic planter setup and maintenance tips to help make the transition to no-till easier for growers.
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[Webinar] Top Tips for Improving No-Till Planter Performance

No-Till Farmer held a joint webinar event sponsored by Martin Industries, the manufacturers of Martin-Till planter attachments and tools. On March 16 at 10 a.m. CST, we took an in-depth look at planter setups, tools and technologies that will improve no-till seeding performance. Farm Equipment magazine co-hosted the event. [To view any of our webinar replays, you must be logged in with a free user account.]
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NNTC 2015 Speaker Presentation

Taking The No-Till Planter To The Field In Tip-Top Shape - Bill Lehmkuhl - NNTC 2015 Presentation - MP3 Download

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Many variables impact the yield of no-till corn — some of which you don’t have control over. One variable you can control is your no-till planter, which is why Bill Lehmkuhl says it’s most important for no-tillers to make sure they have their planters in superb working condition when they hit the field. View

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