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Saving With the SoilWarrior: Improve Fertilizer Efficiency & Your Bottom Line

With return on investment top of mind for many growers, RTK, tissue sampling, variable-rate technology (VRT) and other precision tools are becoming essential for running a profitable business. The tricky part can be saving money without sacrificing yields.
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Gaining Acres with Strip-Till and the SoilWarrior

Purchasing equipment in an unstable market is a decision offering both risk and reward. Farmers are no strangers to taking risks with every acre they plant, but when it comes to cash flowing purchases and taking on debt, they need to see a solid return on investment before going all in.
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5 Tips For Selling Used Farm Equipment

While late-model, low-hour and well-maintained equipment typically sell the best in all scenarios, Danny Beach, regional sales manager for Environmental Tillage Systems who has more than 15 years of experience in ag equipment sales, offers five tips to support a strong sale.
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Strip-Till with SoilWarrior Helps David Hula Set New Corn Yield World Record

David Hula is no stranger to breaking yield records. The Virginia farmer has topped the NCGA National Corn Yield Contest five times since 2003 in the strip, min, mulch, ridge-till irrigated category. The previous world record of 542 bushels per acre, set by Hula in 2017, has been shattered by his 2019 yield of 616.1953 on ground he strip-tills with the SoilWarrior.
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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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