Original article posted here AgroLiquid and No-Till Farmer recognize three no-tillers judged to be environmentally, economically and practically responsible with their no-till nutrient management programs. The fertility practices and techniques utilized by these top-notch no-tillers — recognized as Responsible Nutrient Management Practitioners — will provide you with some valuable ideas to consider in your own no-till
This week Thur., 7-28 we will be at the Ag PhD Field Day in Baltic, SD. Come visit us at the Field Day! Participate in the Responsible Nutrient Management Knowledge Board challenge and enter to win 1 of 5 prizes: Yeti cooler, weather station, pressure washer, drone. Be sure to get your entry form at
By now you’ve probably seen the many benefits cover crops can bring to a no-till operation. Whether it’s providing another layer of protection against erosion, or scavenging nutrients or giving beneficial insects and soil microbes a healthy environment to thrive in, cover crops definitely have their place in a no-till system. So, how can you
Origonal article posted at: No-Till Farmer By Mark Parker posted on February 1, 2014 | Posted in Cover Crops, Crop Protection Effective termination of cover crops is essential if no-tillers are to get the best results from their seeding and establishment efforts. Your cover crop has protected the soil, contributed nutrients and helped enhance
From pitching hay and sorting cattle, to overseeing planting and haying operations, Drew Wendland has had many responsibilities on his family’s diverse farm in Alabama. Those experiences have served him well, as he has amassed quite a resume in the agricultural field. Because of those accomplishments, as well as Wendland’s demonstrated commitment to sustainable agriculture,
St. Charles Elementary Fourth Grade student Tyler Zelinko recently paid it forward in a big way. Tyler is a student in Shelly Meier's 4th grade classroom and was given an assignment to pay it forward. Zelinko identified a cause that was not only close to him personally but close to his family as a whole.
Maryland, North Dakota and Pennsylvania growers share their efficient, effective fertility practices with no-tillers at the National No-Tillage Conference. CINCINNATI, OH (Jan. 16, 2015) — Three farmers have been honored for their efficient and effective use of applied fertilizer in their no-till systems. Considered Responsible Nutrient Management Practitioners, the no-tillers were honored Friday before 900