At the Southern Soil Health Conference in Ardmore, Okla., Jon Heerman discusses how cover crops have helped decrease weed pressure on his Haxtun, Colo., farm, where he no-tills wheat, rye, field peas, oats, milo and sunflowers.
I never was one to like tillage. It just didn’t make sense. You would go through and make a perfect seedbed to plant into and then, without fail, you couldn’t get back in the field with the planter before it would rain. Then you would have to start all over again.
Elwood, Ind., no-tiller Rick Williams who discusses his transition to twin-row, no-till corn with in-furrow fertilizer, timing strategies for multi-stage fungicide application and the value of farm trials on his 650-acre corn and soybean operation.
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