Hear what strip-tillers across the U.S. are doing on their operations in Strip-Till Farmer’s webinar presentation of the 2022 Strip-Till Benchmark Study results. Michaela Paukner, technology editor of Strip-Till Farmer, presents data from the survey of hundreds of strip-tillers farming in all regions of the U.S., including average corn and soybean yields in 2021, strip-building specs, nutrient management strategies, most popular strip-till toolbars, precision equipment usage and much more.
Jerry Hatfield, retired director of the National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment, and Minnesota strip-tiller Jon Stevens share their advice on and experience with some of the popular practices identified in the study. Hear them answer questions from attendees at the end of the webinar.
This webinar is brought to you by DigiFarm and Strip-Till Farmer.
What can you expect?
- A first look at results from the 2022 Strip-Till Benchmark Study, including average corn and soybean yields in 2021, strip-building specs, nutrient management strategies, most popular strip-till toolbars, precision equipment usage and much more
- Insights from Jerry Hatfield about popular practices identified in the benchmark study and how to implement them on your operation
- An exclusive offer for continued learning about best strip-till practices at the 2022 National Strip-Tillage Conference July 28-29 in Iowa City, Iowa
Email Michaela Paukner at Strip-Till Farmer with any questions about the webinar.
About the Speakers
Technology Editor, Strip-Till Farmer
Michaela Paukner joined Strip-Till Farmer as an associate editor in 2021. Her background is in journalism, marketing and broadcast news. In this webinar, she’ll present data she compiled from the 2022 Benchmark Study distributed to farmers earlier this year.
Dr. Jerry Hatfield
Retired Director, National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment
Plant physiologist Dr. Jerry Hatfield is the retired director of the National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment. He has done extensive research on the interactions within the soil-plant-atmosphere spectrum and their connection to air, water and soil quality.
Strip-Tiller, Rock Creek, Minn.
Jon Stevens farms 700 acres near Rock Creek, Minn. Moving from years of conventional tillage practices to no-till and strip-till starting in 2013, Jon embraces the systematic approach to building soil health, while understanding that farm profitability doesn’t necessarily mean being the highest-yielding farmer.
Post a comment
Report Abusive Comment