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No-Till Farming: Residue Management Considerations

Posted by: Todd Kamp on Feb 2, 2018 5:00:00 AM

Conservation benefits provided by no-till farming are well documented. Yet, challenges exist. For example, crop residue of some type gets distributed at harvest, and conservationists agree that this practice of leaving a certain amount of residue in the field is good for the soil.

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Narrow Row Corn: Prescription for Profit?

Posted by: Todd Kamp on Jan 26, 2018 12:48:59 PM

When planting corn in narrow rows, farmers may ask what yield increase they can expect at harvest. However, they should ask: How will narrow row corn add to my bottom line?

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Farming Technology: Mobile Apps, Precision Ag, Cloud, and Social Media

Posted by: Todd Kamp on Jan 12, 2018 3:15:27 PM

Farming is in no way left behind when it comes to the digital innovations that rapidly change how we interact with the world and everything we do.

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Harvest Equipment Maintenance | Farm Safety | Geringhoff

Posted by: Todd Kamp on Dec 1, 2017 6:01:00 AM

As wintertime approaches, it’s the right time to prep and store harvest equipment so it’s ready to go next year. Of course, for those in warmer climates who harvest all year, the storage part is a little different.

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Overwintering and Crop Residue Practices | Winter Crops | Geringhoff

Posted by: Todd Kamp on Nov 17, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Wintertime resonates with any farmer as a key season that affects the rest of the year.

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Soil Nutrients & Erosion Control Methods | Cover Crops | Geringhoff

Posted by: Todd Kamp on Oct 27, 2017 12:14:17 PM

HOW CROP PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES PLAY A ROLE

The concept is not new – plant residue helps prevent erosion, control moisture and add organic matter to the soil.

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Corn Stover Collection | Crop Residue Management | Geringhoff

Posted by: Todd Kamp on Oct 13, 2017 11:00:00 AM

Farmers and researchers agree that corn stover is good for the field. The plant residue that remain after a harvest can control erosion and revitalize the soil. So as some say, leave it in the field.

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HARVEST CHALLENGES AND CONSIDERATIONS

Posted by: Todd Kamp on Sep 29, 2017 12:32:05 PM

SOYBEANS, MILO, CANOLA, SUNFLOWER, SOYBEANS, WHEAT AND SMALL GRAINS

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