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Annie Dee
National No-Tillage Conference Summer Intensive

Maximizing Moisture with Precision Management Practices

Alabama no-tiller Annie Dee discusses her ROI-boosting commitment to irrigation technology at the National No-Tillage Conference Summer Intensive, June 23-24.
In 2011, Annie Dee built a pond and put in an irrigation pivot so she could water the crops at critical junctures during the growing season. That year ended up being a drought, but corn was at $7-$7.80 per bushel.
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Deepen Your No-Till Knowledge at the NNTC Summer Intensive

Bridge the educational experience of our National No-Tillage Conferences with this 2-day virtual learning program, June 23-24, covering organic no-till, increasing irrigation ROI with precision technology, correctly setting up your combine for residue management, learning more about plant sap analysis, and more.
Bridge the educational experience of our National No-Tillage Conferences with this 2-day virtual learning program, June 23-24, covering organic no-till, increasing irrigation ROI with precision technology, correctly setting up your combine for residue management, learning more about plant sap analysis, and more.
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Targeted Strip-Till Fertility Boosts Corn Yields

Spring strip-till and precise fertilizer placement have helped Wisconsin’s Steve Duwe break the 200-bushel barrier in corn and successfully experiment with strip-tilled soybeans.
In arid parts of the U.S. like the Texas Panhandle, quenching the thirst of crops has been increasingly difficult in recent years.
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Soil Testing Critical After A Drought Year

The combination of drought conditions, heavy irrigation, and widely varying yields means that soil testing is more important than ever this year.
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