National Strip-Tillage Conference Updates

2020 National Strip-Tillage Conference Update

Detailed Agenda & Presentation Lineup Released for 2020 National Strip-Tillage Conference

From lessons learned getting a system established, to incorporating a comprehensive cover cropping program, the 7th annual event will provide strategic strip-till knowledge for beginner and veteran strip-tillers.
From lessons learned getting a system established, to incorporating a comprehensive cover cropping program, the 7th annual event will provide strategic strip-till knowledge for beginner and veteran strip-tillers.
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Building Biological Stamina in Your Strip-Tilled Soils

With a self-described “living laboratory,” Streator, Ill., strip-tiller Larry Tombaugh will share how his constant experiments with biological combinations helps stimulate soil health and add bushels each year during the 2020 Virtual National Strip-Tillage Conference.
Keeping microbes happy is a cornerstone of Streator, Ill., strip-tiller Larry Tombaugh’s system. As he says, microbes have a “Dracula complex” and don’t like sunlight.
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Applying an Analytical Eye to Measure Soil Health Improvement

Dr. Jerry Hatfield, former USDA plant physiologist and Wayne Fredericks, Osage, Iowa, strip-tiller to share on-farm results and advice on how incremental improvements in farm management will bolster soil health at the 2020 National Strip-Tillage Conference.
Farmers collect data and make operational changes throughout the course of their farming career. But how much of a correlation is there between the analysis and actual application of in-field information to improve on-farm decision-making?
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5 Takeaways from the 2019 National Strip-Tillage Conference

2019 has tested the resolve of many farmers. So it was refreshing to experience an overall optimistic environment at the 6th annual National Strip-Tillage Conference in Peoria, Ill. Many of the 338 farmers, researchers and industry professionals assembled with a shared objective of making lemonade out of lemons in 2019, but they also sought opportunities to rebound in 2020.
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