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What I've Learned from No-Tilling: Crop Value Rather Than Top Yield Matters In This No-Till Operation

What this husband and wife team saw immediately with no-till was that they had more money in the bank at the end of the year.
Our shift to no-tillage started after we attended a Top Farmer Crop Workshop at Purdue University in 1989. We were told about the big gains that some of the early no-till innovators were getting by seeding soybeans with a no-till drill rather than in 30-inch rows. It seemed like a good system to consider.
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Optimism Reigns Supreme Among National No-Tillage Conference Attendees

Now in its 11th year, the National No-Tillage Conference let no-tillers from North America get ready for a prosperous new year.
Better late than never. Fueled by a tremendous number of walk-up registrations, the 11th annual National No-Tillage Conference, sponsored by Bayer Crop Science, Dow AgroSciences, Na-Churs Alpine Solutions, Landec Ag, Monsanto and Syngenta Crop Protection, once again put together more than 660 of the best no-tilling minds in North America.
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Surfing The Net At Three Different Speeds

Beginning, intermediate and advanced Internet concerns were addressed at last winter’s 10th annual National No-Tillage Conference.
After suffering through that annoying screeching noise that your computer makes when you first log on to the Internet, you have to figure out where to go on the Net, and more importantly, how to get there.
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No-Till Bikers!

Along with 139,000 other bikers from around North America, this Ohio farm couple was in Milwaukee last summer for the big 95th anniversary Harley-Davidson celebration.
When it comes to changes for 1999, Rich and Marcy Little plan to use more Roundup Ready soybeans, use lower herbicide rates, do a better job of getting chemicals applied, try no-tilling soybeans in October or November and test for soybean cyst nematodes.
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