Recently retired from a multi-decade career with the NRCS, agronomist Barry Fisher has been a long-time booster of no-till. Based in his home state of Indiana, Fisher’s efforts helped the state’s no-till acres grow to the point where it was among the states with the highest percentage of no-till ground in the U.S.
Fisher devoted much of his government career to encouraging the adoption of no-till and cover crops. Over the years, he’s worked with thousands of farmers while conducting numerous field days and has tested a wide variety of no-till equipment options to demonstrate no-till best practices.
During his General Session at the 30th annual National No-Tillage Conference held at Louisville's Galt House Hotel, Jan. 4-7, 2022, "Building a Soil Health Management Plan on Sound Principles," the founder of Fisher Soil Health Services shared insight into how taking logical steps that have been proven by top farmers and researchers across the country can reduce risk and speed the improvement of soil functions.
Fisher's presentation, along with each of the 12 other inspiring, informational General Sessions from the 30th annual "NNTC," will be available for free on-demand replay viewing from Feb. 24-25, 2022, during the National No-Tillage Conference Video Review, a unique and convenient online event allowing no-tillers to learn from leading experts remotely on any device with an internet connect, from the tractor cab, in the farm office or on the go. From cover crops to nutrient efficiency to pest management, and more, the 13 General Sessions shared during the Video Review will deliver an abundance of practical, proven no-till strategies that no-tillers can implement into their operations today.
Visit www.No-TillFarmer.com/VideoReview for speaker updates, session topics and registration information for this free virtual event.
Title sponsors making the learning opportunities possible for no-tillers include Totally Tubular Mfg., Claas, Martin-Till, Michelin and Intelligent Ag Solutions.
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