LATEST NEWS FROM Tillage

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09:33AM Sep 18, 2019

Horsch Introduces Omnis FT Tillage Tool

Rhonda Brooks
AgWeb Contributor
The tool features four ranks of shanks spaced on 15-inch centers with 1,800 pounds of trip force.
05:35AM Apr 15, 2019

John’s World: 2018 Carryover Isn’t Just in Our  Grain Bins

The moment soon approaches when we will mount up and do our thing in the fields. Only this year, our enthusiasm is somewhat dampened by the mental and agronomic scars
13:35PM Apr 05, 2019

Unverferth’s New One-Pass Cover Crop Seeder Option for Rolling Harrow

Industry Press Release
AgWeb Contributor
The new cover crop seeder option provides economical one-pass planting and incorporation with the Rolling Harrow soil conditioner by itself, or combined with a lead tillage tool for enhanced residue
12:27PM Apr 02, 2019

Ken Ferrie: How to Fix Gullies and Washouts in Fields

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
Planting is underway or quickly approaching for many farmers—namely those away from floodwaters in the eastern Corn Belt.
15:32PM Mar 15, 2019

Tillage Tips to Fix a Mess

Darrell Smith
Conservation and Machinery Editor
This spring, you’ll likely need to cope with ruts and wheel tracks and determine what kind of tillage, if any, is needed to work soil back into shape. It all
13:06PM Dec 12, 2018

Machinery Journal - December 2018

Farm Journal Editors
AgWeb Contributor
Machinery Journal - December 2018
13:30PM Nov 07, 2018

What Might Happen If Farmers Were Paid To Use No-Till?

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
While no-till provides many benefits to the soil, the risk of yield loss and disease carry-over means some farmers shy away from the practice.