As a niche farming practice, strip-till requires an intimate understanding of how different parts of the system correlate to an overall objective, whether it’s increasing yields, improving soil health, targeting fertilizer application — or all three.
Striking the right balance between equipment and inputs, to maximize the benefits of strip-till, is a constant work in progress. With so many moving parts (literally and figuratively), having a local resource who is knowledgeable on setting up and maintaining a strip-till system can be a luxury for farmers.
In today’s Strip-Till Farmer podcast, supported by Agrisolutions, we chat with Lowville, N.Y., strip-tiller Aaron Miller about how he got started in strip-till, while simultaneously becoming a strip-till equipment dealer.
Aaron shares some of the challenges, opportunities and early lessons learned getting his own strip-till system established, while also seeking to be a local resource for customers.
Strip-Till Farmer's podcast series is brought to you by Agrisolutions.
Agrisolutions is the market leader in wearable parts, components, accessories and solutions for tillage, seeding, planting, fertilizing, hardware and inventory management solutions. Improve performance and durability with a wide range of in-field solutions to advance your strip-till system. To learn more about Agrisolutions and their three main brands: Bellota, Ingersoll, and Trinity Logistics, visit AgrisolutionsCorp.com.