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No tilling corn into Soybean stubble.
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Posted 1/10/2019 22:02 (#7236285 - in reply to #7234062)
Subject: RE: No tilling corn into Soybean stubble.

Northwest Ohio
johnny skeptical - 1/10/2019 05:47

Well I wouldn't want to talk you into a bad idea, and I probably depends on the kinda planter you have. But a couple years ago the no-till ground I farm had some tile relocated because of a wetlands project.

There were tracks, filled in ditchs, there were tracks in the other end of field from a school bus that had run off the road in the winter, it was muddy and the pulled the bus out through the field.

Not wanting to screw up my no-till experiment, I let Mother Nature do her thing. I was relatively surprised after emergence how good things actually worked.
There again it was just a 40 acre field.

I thought you were ready to give up on your notill experiment. you should be over the three year lag and so .... are starting to see the magic?
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