NNTC 2011 Audio Presentation

Soil Amendments Fertility Practices That Will Enhance Your No-Till Soils (NNTC 2011 Presentation) - MP3 Download


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Many no-tillers today seem puzzled by a lack of soil tilth or ponding that occurs again and again even after years of no-till. Pushing that soil probe into soils seems like a daunting task for growers even though no-till dominates their tillage practices.

While a lack of crop diversity in today’s corn-soybean or continuous corn-dominated world may be partly to blame, no-till consultant Ed Winkle says that soil imbalances caused by improperly applied fertilizers are having a negative impact on soil tilth. The owner of HyMark Consulting in Martinsville, Ohio, will review some of the most common causes of soil imbalances today and share some of the solutions available to no-tillers today, including the role of gypsum, liming and micronutrients in bringing soils back into a state of harmony.

(Total Run Time: 34 Minutes; File Size: 16.3 Megabytes)

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