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[Podcast] Letting the 4Rs of Nutrient Management Guide Your Strip-Till System

In this episode of the <em>Strip-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Blu-Jet, we welcome Ohio strip-tiller David Myerholtz to discuss his experience and evolution developing a comprehensive fertility program based on the four cornerstones of nutrient management in strip-till.
In this episode of the Strip-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Blu-Jet, we welcome Ohio strip-tiller David Myerholtz to discuss his experience and evolution developing a comprehensive fertility program based on the four cornerstones of nutrient management in strip-till.
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[Podcast] Strip-Tilling as a Journey, Not a Destination

In this episode of the <em>Strip-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Blu-Jet, we welcome Minnesota farmer David Legvold to share the details of his ongoing strip-till odyssey to include equipment modifications, residue management preferences and fertility placement practices.
In this episode of the Strip-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Blu-Jet, we welcome Minnesota farmer David Legvold to share the details of his ongoing strip-till odyssey to include equipment modifications, residue management preferences and fertility placement practices.
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Layered Fertility Yields Strip-Till Benefits

Moving to banded placement of dry fertilizer helps Nebraska strip-tillers Ray and Kevin Kucera save 50% in application costs and improve corn and soybean stands.
Having broadcast dry fertilizer for years, Nebraska strip-tillers Ray and Kevin Kucera began to question the long-term value of the practice, especially after moving to strip-till 5 years ago.
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Taming Wheat Residue, Targeting Fertility With Strip-Till

Strip-till helps Ontario’s Ken and Kevin Nixon manage heavy wheat stubble and efficiently band phosphorus and potassium in fall.
The unpredictable climate often provides enough moisture to maintain a healthy crop throughout the growing season, but also challenges the Nixons to plan accordingly with fertility and residue-management strategies so they can be ready to plant in a timely manner.
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