Nutrient Management

[Podcast] Variable-Intensity Tillage: Pathway to Conservation?

In this <em>Strip-Till Farmer</em> podcast, bought to you by Topcon Agriculture, we met up with machine systems specialist John Nowatzki during the Agricultural Equipment Technology Conference in Louisville, where he shares some background on some recent research being done by the university and the outlook for variable-intensity tillage technology.
In this Strip-Till Farmer podcast, bought to you by Topcon Agriculture, we met up with machine systems specialist John Nowatzki during the Agricultural Equipment Technology Conference in Louisville, where he shares some background on some recent research being done by the university and the outlook for variable-intensity tillage technology.
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[Podcast] Transitioning to an Organic System: Opportunities & Obstacles

In this <em>Strip-Till Farmer</em> podcast, bought to you by Topcon Agriculture, we share excerpts from our conversations at the National Farm Machinery Show, where manufacturers and farmers shared advice, challenges and outlook for the organic farming market.
In this Strip-Till Farmer podcast, bought to you by Topcon Agriculture, we share excerpts from our conversations at the National Farm Machinery Show, where manufacturers and farmers shared advice, challenges and outlook for the organic farming market.
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25 Tips to Improve Spring Strip-Till

Experienced strip-tillers, educators and manufacturers share practical and progressive advice on building a better berm, nutrient application considerations and proper row unit setup.
Spring strip-till can be both a choice and a necessity. While the benefits of fall-applied fertilizer and giving berms several months to settle ahead of planting are preferred by many strip-tillers, a properly-executed spring system can create an ideal seedbed.
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Fall Tillage Incomplete? Try Spring Zone Tillage!

Many farmers across North America experienced less than desirable harvest conditions during 2018. Late harvest and excess moisture and/or early freezing conditions made fall fertilization and tillage impossible for many. If you were faced with challenging fall field conditions that prevented tillage and fertilizer placement, spring zone tillage may be your answer.
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