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Posted 2/20/2021 12:07 (#8846658 - in reply to #8846311)
Subject: RE: Shelbourne header

Eastern Washington State
I’ve been using a stripper header in my cereals for about six years now. My area is a 12” annual rainfall zone and pretty much everything is in a 2 year winter crop/fallow rotation.

The stripped stubble has been the best conditions for chem fallow I have ever had. It preserves the moisture much better and prevents weed growth in the spring. I definitely think my yields have improved.
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