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Calibrating Drills For Wheat Seeding

As producers gear up for wheat planting, calibration of the seeder is extremely important. Below are two tables to use as quick references in the calibration process. Most producers are using drills with 7.5-inch row spacing. The first table calculates how much seed to collect in 50 linear feet from one row of the drill.
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No-Till Brings New ‘Shade’ Of Higher Yields, Profitability

Johnny and Brian Moore’s switch to no-till, cover crops and a diverse rotation has stopped erosion, improved organic matter and made their North Carolina farm’s high-clay soils more productive.
Brian Moore stuck a small shovel into the ground, pushed it down with his foot and pulled up a chunk of soil interlaced with roots and decaying plant matter.
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Replanting Decisions For Corn And Soybeans

Many fields this spring have thin stands, drowned out low spots, and non-uniform growth that all force the question of whether or not to replant, and while some replant decisions are easy to make, the majority are more complicated than they may first appear.
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