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Why do we not STRIP TILL every acre of corn?

I was introduced to strip till in 1975. It worked pretty well, very well actually; but it didn't sell.

Almost every soil scientist on the planet is recommending strip till as the most economical, most environmentally friendly way to produce corn but only a handful of growers are actually putting strip till into practice. 



What's the deal? 

Corn seems to like it! 

The soil seems to like…

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Posted on December 23, 2016 at 5:37pm — 2 Comments

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