Cropping System Inventory Shows Increase in No-Till Acres

In the wettest year on record for South Dakota, half the cropland in the state that was planted used a cropping system without tillage. That system, no-till farming, has been the predominant cropping system on South Dakota cropland in recent years, but this is the first year the practice was used to plant 50% of the state’s crops.

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farmdoc Webinar – ARC/PLC Decisions for South Dakota

Monday, February 17th, 2020
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM CST

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Strategies for Dealing with Saturated Soils

Although we all wish there was a snap-your-fingers fix for our saturated field conditions, everyone in agriculture will need to go into the year 2020 with eyes wide open to the realities of our wet weather cycle. Some strategic planning in the off-season can help prepare you for how to best approach the coming spring field conditions.

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Weather or Not: Looking Ahead to the 2020 Growing Season

This coming year does not look as difficult as this year, but I don’t think we’ll be flipping the switch, either, to a drier trend.”

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