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July 2023

Volume: 52
Edition: 7

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    No-Till Briefs: July 2023

    • Determining Optimal Soybean Seeding Rates
    • No-Till Can Prevent Deadly Dust Storms
    • Soybeans Yield Better in 15-Inch Rows
    • No-Till Soil ‘Glued’ Together in Water
    • Waterhemp Pressure Steadily Rising
    • Options for Seeding Covers into Heavy Residue
    • Tips for No-Till Planting

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    What I’ve Learned From No-Tilling

    No-Tilling & Cover Cropping Every Acre Every Year

    No-tiller retires early from farming, thanks to time & cost savings from conservation practices, and finds enjoyable second career teaching others about the methods.
    Retiring from farming isn’t always voluntary. Sometimes you’ve got to keep farming because you’re not profitable enough.
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    Nutrient Management

    How Much Do Stratified Soils Cost in Dollars & Bushels?

    In No-Till Legend Marion Calmer’s attempt to destratify his soils from decades of broadcasting fertilizer, he discovers the practice is costing him in yield and return on investment.
    No-Till Legend Marion Calmer has a confession. He broke the No.1 rule of being a no-tiller and moldboard plowed part of a long-term no-till field.
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    No-Till Pests part 4

    Fall Armyworms Present Late-Season Yield Threat

    Arriving in the Midwest in late spring & early summer, fall armyworms represent an annual scouting target, particularly in late-planted corn.
    Mid-to-late season summer row-crop scouting in no-till and conventional fields usually finds infestations of several species of armyworms, but in some conditions, fall armyworms can become a serious problem, particularly on extremely late-planted corn.
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    Shop Talk: July 2023

    • Nominate Your Precision Farming Specialist for National Recognition
    • No-Till Equipment Expense Trends — 2012-21

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    Farmer Feature

    Timely Moisture, Fertility Win Yield Contests for First Generation No-Tiller

    Corn & wheat yield contest winner finds patience & power of observation put him in position to make smart management changes.
    Western Kentucky no-tiller Tanner Stroup has a remarkable agriculture story that begins far from his Lewisport roots. While he grew up in Kentucky’s largest row crop region, his immediate family did not farm, and he had no direct connection to farming in the area.
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    Ahead of the Curve

    Signaling Plants, Bioherbicide, Soil Sensing Among Newest Agronomic Tech

    In this month’s Ahead of the Curve column, we take a glance at some of the latest R&D efforts affecting global agriculture.
    The blend of traditional “rocks and clods” agronomics and the digital transformation of everything from machine control to biotechnology research to advance sensing capabilities makes working in today’s agriculture a fascinating opportunity for a guy who was born when Fords still had fat fenders and round clutch pedals.
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  • Featured Articles

    Featured Articles

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    What I’ve Learned From No-Tilling

    No-Tilling & Cover Cropping Every Acre Every Year

    No-tiller retires early from farming, thanks to time & cost savings from conservation practices, and finds enjoyable second career teaching others about the methods.
    Retiring from farming isn’t always voluntary. Sometimes you’ve got to keep farming because you’re not profitable enough.
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  • Digital Edition

    Digital Edition

  • Online Extras

    Online Extras

    Online Extras: July 2023 Issue

    Web-exclusive content for this issue includes:

    • 2023 National No-Tillage Conference
    • Placing Soil Stratification Under a Microscope
    • Your No-Till History
    • The Dust Storm Tragedy
    • No-Till Farmer Podcasts
    • No-Till Influencers & Innovators
    • Podcasts No-Till Farmer Webinars
    • No-Till Farmer Multimedia
    • No-Till Farmer’s Best of the Web

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