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Dragline With Manure Assists Cover Crop Termination

No-Tillers from Perrysville, Ohio, utilize manure from their 650-cow dairy to maintain high-yielding double crops, and feed for their herd.
The practice of using a dragline on emerging corn began in 2019, due to the extremely wet weather rearranging the Ayers’ cover crop termination schedule. The termination date varies each year, thanks to several factors, including the custom spraying schedule, the weather and what herbicide program the Ayers are using. They typically use glyphosate and 2,4-D to terminate the cereal rye.
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Reddick Farms Goes All in on No-Till and Cover Crops in Kentucky

Father-son duo takes leap of faith after eye-opening experience at National No-Tillage Conference.
No-till is nothing new for the Reddick family. Brad Reddick remembers growing up on the 1,800-acre farm in Bardwell, Ky., watching his father no-till the rolling grounds and conventionally till the creek bottom grounds over 50 years ago.
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Glyphosate On Trial

U.S. Supreme Court Will Not Hear Glyphosate Case

The U.S. Supreme Court denied the company's writ of certiorari for a case arising from California that had resulted in a multimillion dollar verdict against the company and its subsidiary Monsanto.
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European Union Delays Glyphosate Renewal Decision Until 2023

No-Tillers keeping eye on potential Glyphosate ban in Europe, which could have ripple effect on its license in the U.S.

The EU has postponed its decision over whether to renew the license for glyphosate from December to 2023, which under post-Brexit government policy could see the weedkiller approved for use in Britain until at least July 2026.


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Tips for Controlling Ryelage Stubble After Spring Harvest

Spraying cereal rye with common burndown products (glyphosate, paraquat, etc) prior to ryelage harvest is illegal. Consequently, termination of cereal rye that has been harvested for forage is best managed with post-harvest herbicide applications. Glyphosate is a more effective burndown option than paraquat for post-harvest termination of cereal rye.


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Attend the 2023 National No-Tillage Conference in St. Louis, Missouri, January 10-13, and discover cutting-edge ideas, techniques and strategies from the most innovative, forward-thinking minds in no-till to raise your level of no-till profitability, efficiency and efficacy. 

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