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Through experiences on his Perryville, Md., corn and soybean farm, H. Grant Troop has found there are certain critical needs in a continuous no-till system that offer the best shot at achieving successful stands and high yields. The No-Till Farmer contributing blogger and former agronomist with Penn State University’s multiagency partnership “Park The Plow” program believes that with a “stick-to-it” attitude and patience, continuous 100% no-till is an achievable goal for all growers.
Troop will review the keys to successful no-till, including the critical first step of developing a soil structure with good aggregation and adequate pore space so plants can capture water and air. He’ll explain why starter fertilizer in proper amounts and placement are important; describe several important no-till planter setups; discuss fertility practices that keep the crop fed; and present other no-till tips and techniques learned through years of field study.
(Total Run Time: 1 Hour 4 Minutes; File Size: 30.4 Megabytes)
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