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Don’t overdo tillage following wet year

Dec. 14, 2011 -This story deals with conditions in the US Midwest, but the same advice applies to parts of Ontario, as well. According to an Ohio State University extension engineer, farmers should seriously consider foregoing the fall and spring ritual of tilling their fields, that heavy amounts of rain will create more problems with rutting and compaction than any amount of tillage can hope to alleviate.             READ MORE


December 14, 2011
By Corn and Soybean Digest/Ohio State University

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