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Occasional Tillage Just Not a Good Option

Most no-tillers won’t want to hear it, but some University of Nebraska research indicates an occasional limited tillage pass won’t seriously damage no-till’s favorable soil structure. But with herbicide costs increasing significantly this year, we’ve heard that a few no-tillers are thinking of using a light tillage pass as a weed control option.


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159 Tips, Techniques and Ideas for a Productive and Profitable No-Till System

This 10-page eGuide, “159 Tips, Techniques and Ideas for a Productive and Profitable No-Till System,” shares some of the most valuable knowledge on new and improved no-till practices — and it’s FREE!
This 10-page eGuide, “159 Tips, Techniques and Ideas for a Productive and Profitable No-Till System,” shares some of the most valuable knowledge on new and improved no-till practices — and it’s FREE!
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What I've Learned from No-Tilling

Bending Equipment, Agronomics To Fit His Needs Pays

South Dakota no-tiller Terry Huss modifies new equipment to fit his dry conditions and goes against the trend by growing wheat with corn and soybeans.
It doesn’t seem possible that I’ve been no-tilling for 30 years. I don’t know if you would call me a pioneer, but no-till was almost unheard of in north central South Dakota in 1979.
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