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National No-Tillage Conference Video Review

Get Free Replay Access to Best of the Best 2022 National No-Tillage Conference Presentations During This Week's National No-Tillage Conference Video Review

From cover crops to nutrient efficiency to pest management, and more, watch 13 General Sessions sharing an abundance of practical, proven no-till strategies that you can implement into your operation today.

The Feb. 24-25 National No-Tillage Conference Video Review offers you the opportunity to replay the top presentations from the 2022 National No-Tillage Conference through a convenient on-demand, online learning format to accommodate your busy schedule.

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How to Profit with One Pass Strip-Tilling

A Minnesota strip-tiller has saved money and time while maximizing his soil, but it required a shift in mindset.
Greg Entinger calls himself an accidental conservationist. When he first started strip-tilling, the grower from New Prague, Minn., wasn’t doing it because he was on the soil health bandwagon. He was looking to save money.
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Strip-Till Standpoint

Maintaining Soil Productivity with Strip-Till

In the grand scheme of things, many people say climate change is the most critical issue facing mankind. But to me, the most important challenge is not just maintaining, but also improving the productivity of the soil. 

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Building a Tailored Strip-Till System Through Targeted Trials

Always seeking his strip-till sweet spot, Wisconsin grower Ryan Nell is achieving success through experimentation with equipment, timing of operations and nutrient management.

Ryan Nell and his father, Ron, are innovators when it comes to the 2,200-acre family farm in Beaver Dam, Wis. However, they don’t adopt new practices without first researching them and conducting their own on-farm trials to optimize methods for their operation. 

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8th Annual Strip-Till Operational Practices Benchmark Study

Targeted Tillage and Nutrient Placement Bring Younger Farmers to Strip-Till

With favorable weather across much of the U.S. in fall of 2019 and spring of 2020, strip-tillers returned to more fall berm-building routines and focused on targeted nutrient management.
Results of the 8th annual Strip-Till Operational Practices Benchmark study suggest a “return to normal” for many strip-tillers whose fall berm-building plans had been disrupted by wet, soggy weather in 2019.  

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Seeding Strip-Till Sustainability Through Efficiency, Precision

Combining targeted nutrient management with precision technology and the power of living roots, strip-tiller Ben Pederson is implementing regenerative practices from the ground up.
Fostering an ethic of land stewardship while operating a profitable, efficient farming operation is a compelling mission, and one Ben Pederson has been following for the past decade.
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Strip-Till Conversation

Strip-Till Nutrient Placement Requires Flexibility, Diligence

Strip-tillers from three farms talk about what works and what’s a challenge in a roundtable with <em>Strip-Till Farmer</em> editors.
Recently, Strip-Till Farmer editors caught up with four strip-tillers in a roundtable talk sponsored by AgroLiquid. The farmers chatted about everything from benefits they’ve seen from various nutrient management strategies, as well as challenges they’re facing and changes they’d like to make in the future.
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The “Grandfather” of Strip-Till Talks Transition and Technique

After more than 30 years of strip-till evolution, Hudson, Ill., farmer Rich Follmer reflects on building his first strip-till toolbar, why he started building berms in the fall and the future of the practice.
After more than 30 years of strip-till evolution, Hudson, Ill., farmer Rich Follmer reflects on building his first strip-till toolbar, why he started building berms in the fall and the future of the practice.
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