Nutrient Placement News
Band fertilizer placement may cause non-uniform distribution in the soil. Why does this matter? Because when... Read more.
It can take years for strip-tillers to find the right combination of equipment and a suitable fertility... Read more.
Although the ridges in the ridge-till system worked quite well to provide drainage on poorly drained... Read more.
Do you remember more than 10 years ago, when researchers and Extension staffers were doing all they... Read more.
Stover accumulation has been shown to reduce corn grain yields in continuous corn production systems... Read more.
Conservation tillage practices are used throughout the southern Great Plains to reduce soil erosion and... Read more.
Many producers could benefit by using starter fertilizer when planting corn. Starter fertilizer is simply... Read more.
The young boy hopped and skipped across ground farmed by his family for generations, his dog trotting... Read more.
Crop yield can be improved by ensuring adequate nutrient availability. But how should you place the... Read more.
The trend among northern Plains farmers is toward using less tillage to produce field crops with more... Read more.
Strip tillage is a relatively new soil conservation system useful for today’s farmers. In Ohio... Read more.
Strip-tillage, which creates a soil environment that enhances seed germination, is a new alternative to... Read more.
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