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[Podcast] 15 Tips for a More Efficient and Environmentally Responsible Fertility Program

In this episode of the <em>No-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Montag Mfg., we welcome the 9th class of Responsible Nutrient Management Practitioners to share their 15 tips for a more effective and efficient fertility program.
In this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Montag Mfg., we welcome the 9th class of Responsible Nutrient Management Practitioners to share their 15 tips for a more effective and efficient fertility program.
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A Post-Planting Checklist To Keep No-Till Systems On Track

Scouting fields for planter performance, weed emergence and seedling nutrient deficiencies can help no-tillers improve their management decisions for sidedress applications and beyond.
Even if spring came late to your area, it’s important to take time after planting to review what went right and what could use some improvement.
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Valuable Tips For Continued Cover Crop Innovation

With the combinations and benefits constantly evolving, cover crops are showing more promise than ever to boost soil health and improve the bottom line for no-tillers.
Whether it's boosting soil organic matter, improving water infiltration, reducing compaction or fixing nitrogen, it’s more clear than ever that cover crops are at the center of discussion when it comes to progressive no-tilling.
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Tips For Getting More From Your ‘P And K’

Building healthier no-till soils, frequent soil testing and other readily available products and practices can help no-tillers stretch their fertility dollars further, regardless of their application system.
The price tag for phosphorus and potassium is way too high for no-tillers to allow nutrients to tie up, float away or just plain not do their job effectively.
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Tips For Making No-Tilled Corn-On-Corn Successful

No-tillers and planter experts share their advice in working through tough corn residue and achieving good stands in continuous corn.
Price advantages. Nutrient management. Increasing organic matter. Soil types. There are many reasons a no-tiller may decide to work with a corn-on-corn rotation, but continuous no-till corn isn’t absent of challenges.
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