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Residue, Uniformity,& Systems Approach
January 2014



By Paul J. Jasa
Extension Engineer
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Phone: 402-472-6715
Email:pjasa1@unl.edu


Part One
(25 min 28 sec)
 


Part Two
(31 min 41 sec)
 

 

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Summary: This presentation will help consultants, producers, and other practitioners in the Corn Belt and High Plains better manage their no-till crop production systems. No-till uses a systems approach where crops are grown with minimal soil disturbance and the soil is kept covered with crop residue to conserve soil and water. Residue management, crop rotation, nutrient management, integrated pest management, equipment and its proper operation, and many other cropping practices must be part of the systems approach. The presentation will use a lot of real-field examples to illustrate these points and many other items affecting crop production. To gain the full benefits of no-till, park the tillage implements, adopt continuous no-till, and think uniformity.





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