Strip-Till Farming

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Top Content on No-TillFarmer.com in 2019

Take a look back at the trends and hot topics that shaped the No-Till Farmer website during 2019.
As we ring in the New Year, we take a look back at the year that came before and reflect on all that’s happened. 2019 was a tough year for a lot of farmers, with parts of the country experiencing severe flooding and high levels of precipitation.
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4 Years of Tillage Research Supports Reduced Tillage

A wide range equipment options are available that till the soil at different depths and aggressiveness levels. New research from the University of Minnesota, North Dakota State University, and the Minnesota and North Dakota Corn and Soybean commodity groups show how these tools impact soil warming and drying and may ultimately affect crop yield.
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5 Takeaways from the 2019 National Strip-Tillage Conference

2019 has tested the resolve of many farmers. So it was refreshing to experience an overall optimistic environment at the 6th annual National Strip-Tillage Conference in Peoria, Ill. Many of the 338 farmers, researchers and industry professionals assembled with a shared objective of making lemonade out of lemons in 2019, but they also sought opportunities to rebound in 2020.
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6th Annual Strip-Till Operational Practices Benchmark Study

Cover Cropping Adoption Reaches New High Among Strip-Tillers

Cereal rye remains most popular variety, while drilling in covers is most popular method and post-harvest seeding is preferred timing.
Results of the 6th Annual Strip-Till Operational Practices Benchmark study, evaluating 2018 cropping practices, underscored strip-tillers’ stability in an unstable ag market.
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2019 National Strip-Tillage Conference Speaker

Exploring the Opportunities & Obstacles of an Organic Strip-Till System

Veteran strip-tiller Mike Shuter to share his transition into organic practices and a new weed control innovation at the 2019 National Strip-Tillage Conference.
Veteran strip-tiller Mike Shuter to share his transition into organic practices and a new weed control innovation at the 2019 National Strip-Tillage Conference.
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2019 National Strip-Tillage Conference Speaker

Sustainability as a Commodity: Getting to the Root of Why We Strip-Till

Lake Mills, Iowa, strip-tiller Ben Pederson will kick off the 2019 National Strip-Tillage Conference with a thought-provoking general session on how to capitalize on an evolving ag market with smarter strip-tilling.
Lake Mills, Iowa, strip-tiller Ben Pederson will kick off the 2019 National Strip-Tillage Conference with a thought-provoking general session on how to capitalize on an evolving ag market with smarter strip-tilling.
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Creating a Blanket of Benefits with Cover Crop Creativity

For Clare, Ill., grower Trent Sanderson, leaving his comfort zone and working with trial and error is the best way to determine which cover crop mixes work best in his fields.
The greatest of growing seasons has little effect on Trent Sanderson’s approach to utilizing cover crops across his family’s 2,000-acre corn, soybean and wheat operation in Clare, Ill.
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