Minnesota isn’t going to be left behind in the dust when it comes to precision. The University of Minnesota Extension is hosting the fourth annual Conservation Tillage Conference Jan. 30-31 at the Jackpot Junction Conference Center, Morton, Minn. And sure enough, the Farm&Ranch Guide reports that the conference will most definitely tackle precision farming.
Sessions are also available on fine-tuning the agronomics of conservation tillage. These talks include a practical approach to precision agriculture; selecting hybrids and varieties for reduced tillage; twin row corn and residue management, and using spring or fall cover crops.
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