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In this presentation, Donn Branton shares how he decides which tillage system to use with his varied cropping system, along with the benefits and detractors of each practice.View
In this presentation, agronomist Tony Vyn reviews 20 years of experience and research on strip-till for continuous corn and corn-soybean rotations to share best practices.View
In this 48-page special report, you’ll find strip-till techniques and strategies, strip-till setups, nutrient placement and more.View
Strip-tiller Tom Oswald gives a thorough review of his strip-till machine, the flood of strip-till equipment hitting the marketplace and point out some techniques and tips you can consider implementing in your own strip-till system.View
Whether it’s corn or soybeans, Bill Darrington says there are certain things a growing plant thrives upon which puts it in a position to produce high yields. The Persia, Iowa, no-tiller will offer up the basic principles and practices you need to make your no-till cropping system more productive.View
No-till corn acres today represent half of the no-tilled soybeans acres, with many producers opting for minimum-till corn due to struggles or a lack of patience making no-till corn work in their soils.
Strip-till has proven to be a middle ground for farmers striving to get closer to a no-till scenario, or a next-best scenario for producers who have difficulties no-tilling corn.
Kevin Kimberley will share the best practices for establishing a well-functioning strip-till system, including setups that build properly sized, functional berms in either fall or spring strip-till trips.View
Picking up where that book leaves off, Narrower Yet! New Developments in Ultra-Narrow-Row Corn updates you on corn yield research results and features valuable photos of equipment and modifications. The book addresses how yields measure up, the profit potential of narrower corn rows, benefits, concerns, pros and cons of various row widths, twin rows and economics.View
All the ins and outs of no-till farming's hottest topics are covered in this 19-page Special No-Till Management Report. Get the inside scoop from leading industry authorities and long-time strip-tillers. Details on fall banding, zone tilling and more give you your ticket to a successful fall strip-till program.View