2013 NNTC Audio Presentation

Top Strip-Till Practices For Corn And Soybeans (NNTC 2013 Presentation) - MP3 Download

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Tony Vyn has studied strip-till for 2 decades and says it has become a viable alternative to both pure no-till and conventional full-width tillage. In this presentation, the agronomist from Purdue University reviews 20 years of experience and research on strip-till for continuous corn and corn-soybean rotations to share best practices.

Vyn talks about alternative practices for building berms, fertilizer placement, precision planting practices and how strip-till corn compares in performance to no-till during stress years, such as the 2012 drought.

(Total Run Time: 1 Hour 4 Minutes; File Size: 46.3Megabytes)

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