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Orthman Mfg. Names Precision Tillage Systems Agronomist

Orthman Mfg. announces the appointment of Randy Haarberg as Precision Tillage Systems Agronomist. Haarberg will focus on agronomic education and will assist the Orthman team, dealers and growers worldwide with crop production systems recommendations.
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Herbicide Resistance And Weed Management Resources

Ohio State University Extension has currently started the second year of a three-year partnership of ag industry, USB, and a number of land grant universities to provide education and resources for managing herbicide site of action and mitigating herbicide resistance. This is resulting in some additional free publications for use by agronomists, growers, CCA, etc.
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Late Planting Not Always Doom To Corn Yields

While late planting concerns may cause some growers to reconsider planting corn, an Ohio State University Extension specialist says producers can make management adjustments that can preserve yield potential and save money.
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A Winning Formula To Break Down Tough Residue

Agronomist says a mixture of 28%, Thio-Sul, humates, sugar and water can help digest today’s tough corn stalks for better corn yields the following year.
Corn residue has its good and bad points. It’s not so good if it interferes with no-till seed placement or crop emergence, but it’s a great source of food for soil biological activity and contains valuable nutrients for the next year’s crop.
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No-Tilling Into Living Grasses

Over the past 38 years, we've produced a handful of No-Till Farmer articles on no-tilling corn and other crops into a living cover, such as alfalfa sod, cereal rye or wheat. But it’s a tricky maneuver and one that has not caught on among many no-tillers.
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No-Tilling Into Living Grasses

Over the past 38 years, we've produced a handful of No-Till Farmer articles on no-tilling corn and other crops into a living cover, such as alfalfa sod, cereal rye or wheat. But it’s a tricky maneuver and one that has not caught on among many no-tillers.
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Quit Bad-Mouthing No-Till

It’s not surprising, as these pro and con discussions have been going on since we launched No-Till Farmer in 1972. But today, there’s more acceptance of no-till by everyone than ever before.
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