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Unleashing the No-Till Monster

While no-till was pioneered here in the states, our conversion has been gradual when compared with a few other countries. Read More
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Do You Have a Wildfire Plan? You Need One

Large swaths of the Southern Plains are facing increasingly dry conditions, coming in on the heels of an extended growing season that included late July/early August rains. Clay Pope says now’s the time to be thinking about a plan to protect your farm and ranch from wildfire. Read More
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So How Much is No-Till Worth? Calculating the Value of No-Till in Land Rental, Sales

As a No-Tiller, do you know how much value — if any — no-till practices bring to your land? In terms of actual dollars, what is the value of increasing soil organic matter, improving water infiltration or installing drain tile? And are these factors top of mind when purchasing or renting land? Read More
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Ag Equipment Color Preferences are Fading

There’s considerably less “color” loyalty today to major farm equipment brands than in the past. Read More

Grower Nominations Sought for Responsible Nutrient Practitioners Award

No-Till Farmer and AgroLiquid are currently seeking nominations of no-tillers and strip-tillers for the 13th class of Responsible Nutrient Management Practitioners. Three growers will be awarded and recognized during the 29th annual National No-Tillage Conference in Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 12-15, 2021. Read More
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[Podcast] Dwayne Beck and the Dakota Lakes Research Farm: Part 2

For this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Mosaic Susterra, we’re bringing you part 2 of an interview that Cover Crop Strategies Associate Editor Sarah Hill did with Dwayne Beck, research manager of The Dakota Lakes Research Farm in Pierre, South Dakota, during the summer of 2020. Read More

Musk Thistle Control in the Fall

Musk thistle has been reported in nearly every county in Kansas (Figure 1) and there are good reasons to control this weed now. Kansas State University Extension shares why that's the case. Read More

Tips to Stop Spreading Weed Seed During Harvest

Kansas State University Extension shares some important steps that can be taken to prevent the spreading weeds when moving harvest equipment from one field to another. Read More

EPA Seeking Comment on Bt Trait Management Proposal

A new draft proposal from the EPA that could severely alter the availability of Bt corn and cotton may have considerable ramifications for farmers if adopted. Read More

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