2014 Speaker Presentations

Strip-Till 101: Things You Need To Consider To Make Strip-Till Work - Jodi DeJong-Hughes - NSTC 2014 Presentation - MP3 Download


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Farmers are seeking to reduce soil erosion without hurting crop productivity or damaging profitability. In the case of strip-till, it can provide the benefits of full-width tillage methods, yet provides the soil conservation benefits of no-till that many farmers seek.

Jodi DeJong-Hughes will share the critical items you need to consider in developing a strip-till system to positively impact crop yields and the bottom line. The University of Minnesota Extension educator and soils specialist will dig into topics like equipment choices and setups, soil-conservation benefits, fertility management and the impact of yield from strip-till systems as shown in university trials.

(Total Run Time: 57 Minutes; File Size: 52.1 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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