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Ignore the Naysayers: No-Tilled Cotton Pays Off

No-till cotton adoption in the Great Plains isn’t anything to write home about. But two no-tillers in Oklahoma and Texas are making the practice work while many of their neighbors are zeroing out the crop. Read More

Finding Success with No-Tilled Sugarbeets

It’s not uncommon to see farmers in Montana disc rip, plow, roll, level and ridge their fields to raise sugarbeets — even ridging a second time if wind or storms either flatten or wash away the ridges. Read More

Why Roots — Not Iron — are Key to a More Prosperous No-Till Future

We started no-tilling in 1983 and are still on that path today. For years, we’ve incorporated cover crops and now we’re using multi-species cover crops to protect the soil. Read More

[Podcast] Ending Continuous Corn Yield Penalties with Better Residue, Agronomic Management

In this episode of the No-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Yetter Manufacturing, we're joined by University of Illinois crop physiology research assistant Alison Vogel who will discuss how accelerating residue degradation and nutrient cycling is necessary to maximize yield potential when no-tilling continuous corn. Read More

Precision Farming Technologies Product Roundup 2018

Check out the latest precision farming technologies from some of the industry's leading suppliers. Read More

What is the Value of Soybean Residue?

With a large amount of soybean residue being baled in the state this year, this article answers the specific questions University of Nebraska Extension has been receiving about why this baling is happening and the value of soybean residue. Read More

Evaluation of Cover Crop Mixes for Forage Supply

Utilizing a grant from the Midwest Forage Assn., South Dakota State University Extension evaluates different cover crop blends for total forage production and forage quality. Read More

Cover Crops and Companion Crop Options for Wheat Growers in the Pacific Northwest

Wheat growers in eastern Washington may be interested a new Washington State University Extension technical bulletin that covers cover cropping and companion cropping for the Inland Northwest. Read More

Dealing with Low Soil pH in the PNW: to Lime or Not Lime

Researchers at Washington State University Extension weigh in on the need and economic realities of liming soils in the northwestern U.S. as pH levels continue to drop and affect crop health. Read More

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