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What Tillage Practices Will Get Growers Back on Their Feet This Spring?

Following last year’s weather problems, dealers will likely see growers leaning into a variety of tillage practices to catch up where last year put them behind. Manufacturers share what they expect to see.
The 2019 planting season wasn’t kind to growers in North America. Overly wet conditions plagued them at every turn, which for many created tough working conditions in their fields.
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Variable Intensity Tillage Offers Solutions for Varying Soil Conditions

By tilling fields according to soil type and residue conditions, growers will be able to control erosion, save time and fuel and maintain the productivity of their soils.
As precision agriculture honed practices for planting, fertilizing, watering and harvesting crops over the past 20 years, it has lagged somewhat in helping farmers with what many say is historically the most important factor of agriculture — preparing a proper seedbed for planting and protecting the soil for future crops.
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What is Vertical Tillage Anyway

In this FREE eGuide, “What is Vertical Tillage Anyway,” 14 featured manufacturers demystify the definition of vertical tillage and how can it be useful to farmers that purchase this kind of equipment.
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Summers Mfg. 8-Bar Superharrow 3568

Producing 60% more work compared to harrows with just five bars, the new 8-Bar Superharrow 3568 from Summers Mfg. is an aggressive residue management tool ideal for busting clods, demolishing root balls and preparing the seedbed for planting.
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New Summers VT Flex Applicator Offers Residue Management, High-Speed Fertilizer Application

The new VT Flex Applicator from Summers is a fully customizable fertilizer application tool, allowing operators to precisely place up to three fertilizer mediums (dry, liquid and anhydrous ammonia) at high rates simultaneously while maintaining speeds up to 8 miles per hour. It also features a front row of coulter blades for managing residue.
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