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What I've Learned from No-Tilling

Weeding Out No-Till Challenges

North Carolina grower Jimmy Thomas uses a combination of no-till practices to tackle weeds, rocks and marginal soils.
Weeds were one of the first challenges we faced when my father made the switch to no-till. Learning to manage weeds has been a critical part of our no-till success, and continues to be an important area for our management attention.
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Sharpen Your No-Till Discs

A successful no-tiller shares how he gets his 750 drill into the ground.
While moderating A Roundtable at last winter's National No-Tillage Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio, Paul Schaffert, a no-tiller and owner of Schaffert Manufacturing, fielded a question from a no-tiller who was having a difficult time getting his John Deere 750 drill into the ground. The farmer was hoping for some advice, but no one had an answer.
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6 Money-Making Changes For 750 No-Till Drills

Modifying a highly popular no-till drill enabled this eastern Washington farming operation to switch to continuous cropping and forget about summer fallow.
Even though the majority of John Deere 750 no-till drills are used to seed soybeans and small grains in the Midwest, that certainly doesn’t mean modifications made for efficient seeding in the Pacific Northwest won’t prove valuable in other areas.
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Getting More Seasons Out Of Your 750

Minor adjustments to your John Deere 750 can ease the wear and tear and save you money in the long run.
Owning and operating Laux Farm Service has made Eric Laux a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to John Deere 750 no-till drills.
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