Scott Shriver, one of Iowa's leading organic farmers, recently conducted research to determine optimal soybean row-width and seeding dates when roller-crimping cereal rye. The soybeans he planted the day of roller-crimping ultimately yielded higher than those planted 13 and 17 days before. Soybeans drilled in 7.5-in. row-widths also had higher yields and stand counts than soybeans planted in 30-in. row-widths. For more key findings, click here to read the full report from Practical Farmers of Iowa.
No-Till Community Reflects on Life & Legacy of Dave Brandt
In this episode of Conservation Ag Update, we pay tribute to no-till legend Dave Brandt, who recently passed away from injuries sustained in a car crash. Fellow no-till legends who knew Dave best share their thoughts on the life and legacy of their friend.
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