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Tips for Strip-Tilling in Unforgiving Conditions - Gary Wolf - NSTC 2015 - MP3 Download

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Farming shallow, red clay soils prone to compaction and runoff, southwest Missouri farmer Gary Wolf is especially conscious of preserving nutrients and water in his soil to grow a quality crop. In 2007, Wolf purchased his first strip-till rig to help retain moisture and limit runoff in corn.

As one of the early adopters of strip-till in his area, Wolf has evolved his system to include equipment modifications, adding moles knives to the shank setup on his row units to fracture a deeper hardpan, rigorous soil testing to analyze nutrient uptake and cover crops in 2011. Wolf will share his experience overcoming adverse growing conditions with strip-till to improve soil health and increase production.

(Total Run Time: 46 Minutes; File Size: 44.5 Megabytes)

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