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If you are going to add more input costs to your no-till operation, you had better see income increase faster than your expenses. Or, you can cut inputs and make money so long as your production decreases don’t decline quicker than those costs.
In this session, Marion Calmer will review 25 years of on-farm research at the Calmer Agronomic Research Center and outline five proven areas where growers can cut costs while maintaining production. They include the reduction of tillage passes by adding no-till planter attachments; reduced phosphorus and potassium application rates; reductions in cracked grain during harvest; reduced soybean seeding rates; and reductions in field losses from auto-steer and auto-height.
(Total Run Time: 1 hour; File Size: 68 Megabytes)
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