Veteran no-tiller Jim Leverich will relate how modifications he’s made to his no-till planter have been key to his no-till success.
The Sparta, Wis., no-tiller and No-Till Farmer columnist will address his efforts to achieve optimum row spacing and population, pinpoint seed and starter placement, reduce compaction, improve horsepower efficiency, handle residue effectively, and manage fertilizer placement, sources and timing — all important keys to turbo-charging a no-till system.
An engineer and University of Wisconsin educator who has designed and implemented his planter setup, Leverich will show how blending these modifications, along with new precision agriculture technologies, can help you develop a better functioning no-till system that will lead to top-notch performance, perfect stands, optimum yields and better farm profitability.
(Total Run Time: 35 minutes; File Size 40.2 Megabytes)
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