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Cross-Slot Idea Still Looks Good When No-Tilling

For the first time, the Douglas County, Ill., Soil and Water Conservation District used the cross-slot technology to no-till soybeans in 2002. They have successfully used this New Zealand technology for several years with no-tilled corn.
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Proven No-Till Planter, Drill Modifications That Work

Four no-tillers let readers in on their best shop-tested equipment secrets.
Not content with using a plain, old no-till planter or drill, a panel of four innovative no-tillers at last January's National No-Tillage Conference explained their best-kept secrets when it comes to modifying equipment.
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Wanted: New Direct Seeding Answers

One Illinois researcher says New Zealand’s cross-slot openers may be the answer many no-tillers are looking for.
The endless search for new ways to reduce costs while reducing soil erosion has kept Butch Fisher busy. This no-till farmer and district conservationist with the Douglas County Soil and Water Conservation District in Tuscola, Ill., has spent countless hours researching direct seeding.
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