Roll up your sleeves for some practical, hands-on information for improving your soil’s health. Reducing tillage and incorporating cover crops has been shown to build a resilient soil, which can buffer the crop from the weather extremes reducing the risk of yield loss.
This conference emphasizes proven farmer experience and applied science. Straight from the fields, learn how heavier, colder soils aren’t necessarily the challenge they’re made out to be. Hear from long-time no-till and reduced tillage farmers as they share their experiences, so you can be spared the same hard-learned lessons.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Whether you are an experienced steward looking to fine-tune what you are doing, a crop consultant who helps growers, or a novice looking to get his feet wet, put this conference on your calendar now.
Speakers include experienced growers, agronomists, academic experts and production economists. Informal table talk sessions will follow to allow time to interact with speakers and industry. A farmer panel will discuss using multiple methods to improve soil health and their bottom line as well as “tricks” they’ve learned over the years.
The program is packed with valuable information you won’t want to miss. So make this year’s Conservation Tillage Conference a must-attend session.
CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
- Weed species shift and control
- Nutrient management in high-residue systems
- Reduced till, cover crop, and livestock strategies straight from veteran farmer practitioners
- Proven cover crop strategies for your system to anchor nutrients, manage moisture extremes and provide free nitrogen
- Soil health improvements with reduced till systems
- Vendor Sessions: Learn about new equipment, products, and technology