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Piecing Together a Profitable Corn-on-Corn Strip-Till System - John Werries - NSTC 2016 - MP3 Download

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Striking a productive balance between the benefits and potential challenges of striptilled corn-on-corn is an attainable goal for Chapin, Ill., farmer John Werries. Strip-tilling 3,200 acres of continuous corn since 2010, he’s consistently harvested yields 25 bushels above the county average and, with the addition of cover crops, dramatically improved soil structure. “Striptilled corn-on-corn and cover crops have reduced erosion to almost nothing on our farm,” he says. “It’s a wonderful combination.” Werries will discuss ongoing experimentation and results within his strip-tilled corn-on-corn system, to include expanded use of cover crops and continuing modifications to his successful nutrient management program.

(Total Run Time: 36 Minutes; File Size: 34 Megabytes)

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