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Create Balance Between Precision Hardware Sales & Agronomic Service

Today’s sophisticated precision farming tools can enable improved decision making on agronomic issues in the field, if combined the right way.
With precision ag tools, we were miles ahead in utilizing grid testing, soil sampling, tissue sampling, aerial imagery and now drones, which has been great. We’re taking it one step further.
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Case IH Introduces the Nutri-Placer 930 Coulter

Case IH introduced its Nutri-Place 930 coulter at the 2017 National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville. The company said the new coulter is a high speed, low disturbance (HSLD) option that is capable of speeds up to 11 mph allowing operators to over 510 acres in a 12 hour day. According to Dave Long, Case IH Pull-type Fertilizer Applicators Marketing Manager, extensive field tests prove the toolbar’s increased efficiency is matched with superior agronomic performance.
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Use of Strip-Tillage Gaining Momentum

The growing push to adopt conservation tillage practice to help improve overall soil health appears to be giving some traction to the use of strip-tillage practices. According to the results of the 3rd Strip-Till Operational Benchmark Study, average acres planted to strip-till increased to 1,139 acres in 2015 compared to 948 acres in 2014 and 877 acres in 2013.


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