Fall or spring strip-till? Coulter setup or shanks? Jeff Reints has worked with nearly every corn-production system in the past 20 years, having switched from conventional tillage to no-till in the ‘90s and then transitioning to strip-till in the last decade.
The Shell Rock, Iowa, strip-tiller farms about 2,000 acres of corn and soybeans and will describe the steps he took in moving to strip-till. He will focus on how he settled on building strips in the spring with a coulter system vs. the fall shank-type system, including the critical differences in building berms during the last two seasons.
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