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Whether farmland that you’ve owned for years or a new farm you’ve just purchased, tiling is one of the first and best investments you can make to help your no-till system be successful. Keith Kemp, a West Manchester, Ohio, no-tiller, will share tiling techniques he utilizes that can immediately improve air and water infiltration critical to no-till. By eliminating pockets of poorly drained soil, Kemp says you can increase soybean yields by 10 to 12 bushels per acre and corn yields by 20 to 30 bushels.
Larry Brown, a water management specialist for Ohio State University, will offer new drainage systems being studied that can not only improve farm field water management, but improve the quality of water running off farmland. He’ll share information on drainage channels, techniques for linking wetlands to surface water drainage and more. The aim, Brown says, is to produce zero discharge to streams, help improve water quality and reduce peak flows downstream.
(Total Run Time: 1 Hour 8 Minutes; File Size: 32.5 Megabytes)
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