Strip-Till Farmer editors encounter a variety of articles, social media posts, podcasts and videos that offer a unique look at the grower's world from the lofty digital realm. Here is our favorite content from the past week from across the web:

Integrating Cattle & Cover Crops with Strip-Till

Rock Creek, Minn., strip-tiller Jon Stevens provides an update on his cover crops and livestock grazing operation. His opening joke alone elevates this video to Best of the Web status — “A physicist froze himself to absolute zero…and he’s 0K now. 0 Kelvin, get it?”

Strip-Tiller Documents Biological Trials

Iowa strip-tiller Andrew Focht is one of 6 farmers featured in this special series, documenting their use of new biological products throughout the growing season.

Should Strip-Tillers Adjust Fungicide Timing in Heat?

Luke Schulte checks in with an agronomy update at one of Beck’s Hybrids’ fields. With another hot month on tap, Schulte says some farmers might benefit from shifting up the timing of their fungicide applications. 

Strip-Till Innovator Installs Chains on Planter for Better Emergence

Otwell, Ind., 2024 Strip-Till Innovator Chris Perkins explains how the chains on his John Deere 1775 ExactEmerge planter have paid off in more ways than one. Perkins will share more insights at the 2024 National Strip-Tillage Conference Aug. 8-9 in Madison, Wis.

Strip-Till Rig Blasts Through Thick Cereal Rye

Check out this YouTube short from Global Alliance of Independent Ag Consultants of a strip-till rig running through a cereal rye field. How many of you are making strips through cover crops?

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