Analyzing the Architecture of a Strip-Till System: A Comparative Breakdown of Practices, Products & Progress [Webinar]


This webinar is sponsored by Ingersoll Tillage Group.

Strip-till is an imperfect farming practice and some variables can’t be conquered. But strip-tillers can curb the impact Mother Nature has on their crops by putting in place a flexible, progressive system, which may include a customized cover-cropping strategy, well-timed strip building and use of implement guidance technology. 

Each of these areas saw growth during the 2016 cropping season based on analysis of the 4th Annual Strip-Till Operational Practices Benchmark Study. This one-of-a-kind report tracked emerging trends and annual contrasts in the tools and techniques strip-tillers are utilizing in their operations. 

During this free, live webinar event sponsored by Ingersoll, Jack Zemlicka, managing editor of Strip-Till Farmer, shared and evaluated the results of the 2017 benchmark study, based on the responses of nearly 450 farmers from 20 states and Canada. This included a review of shifting equipment preferences, berm-building strategies, fertilization practices and precision technology adoption. 

Here's what you'll learn: 

  • A demographic breakdown of strip-till corn and soybean acres, yields and seeding rates 
  • A comparative analysis of the most popular equipment and precision setups being used in strip-till operations 
  • How the top 10% of strip-tillers differentiate themselves in terms of yields, input efficiencies and experience 

Jack Zemlicka

Jack Zemlicka

Managing Editor, Strip-Till Farmer

Jack Zemlicka is the Managing Editor for Strip-Till Farmer. Since he joined Lessiter Publications' Ag Division in 2012, he has covered precision farming practices, products and trends. He also serves as managing editor of Precision Farming Dealer

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