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Strategies for No-Tilling Cotton Successfully

Cotton may not be thought of a crop that is associated with no-till practices, but in parts of the southern Plains growers are using no-till systems to protect the soil and young cotton seedlings, improve emergence and log better yields.

In a drought year, no-till could mean the difference between having a crop or not. Planting cotton into wheat or rye residue helped many fields survive the harsh growing conditions in 2018, say crop specialists…

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