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What I've Learned From No-Tilling: Embracing a Blank Slate and Pushing for Change

Being relatively new to farming allows Hooper, Neb., no-tiller Chad Christianson to adopt conservation practices without tradition holding back his ingenuity.
When I started farming with my father-in-law, John Ruwe, I thought I was at a real disadvantage to my peers who came from generations of farm families — those who had the opportunity to farm day in and day out alongside their parents and grandparents.
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Translating a Garden Lesson to Profitable No-Tilling

The benefits of no-till residue are helping Lamesa, Texas, farmer Jeremy Brown realize more consistent yields as he converts more of his farm from irrigation to dryland management.
Jeremy Brown’s decision to adopt no-till practices stems from an important lesson from his backyard garden. Brown transplanted this idea it onto the landscape near Lamesa on the Southern High Plains of Texas, where he’s no-tilling 2,600 acres, most of it dryland farming.
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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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