2014 Speaker Presentations

Examining Various Cover-Cropping Methods With Strip-Till - Kelly Cooper - NSTC 2014 Presentation - MP3 Download

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Kelly Cooper will share the cover-cropping experiences of strip-tillers within the Conservation Cropping System Project. The project manager from Forman, N.D., will share a number of practices, including both traditional cover cropping and a form of biological strip-till where radishes and peas are planted in 30-inch rows to create a natural strip to plant into in an effort to reduce in-row erosion.

Cooper will reveal how cover cropping is helping manage salinity; the results of interplanting cover crops into corn; and the results of strip-tilled corn hybrid trials where yields are compared of hybrids planted into strip-tilled soybean ground vs. no-tilled soybean ground.

(Total Run Time: 58 Minutes; File Size: 52.8 Megabytes)

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Attendees of the 2014 National Strip-Tillage Conference should e-mail or call Sue Ramstack at sramstack@lesspub.com or (800) 645-8455, x407, to receive a special code that allows you to purchase each presentation file with audio for just $4.95. Sue will confirm that you attended the Cedar Rapids, Iowa, event before providing you the code.

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