Strip-till corn planting

A Duplin County farmer heads down multiple rows completing a process known as strip-till corn planting. Strip-till can provide conservation and efficiency benefits over conventional tillage practices. Leaving the inter-row area untilled retains crop residues on the soil surface. This provides increased erosion resistance and increased organic matter inputs. Strip-till can also reduce field passes and input costs compared to conventional tillage . -

A Duplin County farmer heads down multiple rows completing a process known as strip-till corn planting. Strip-till can provide conservation and efficiency benefits over conventional tillage practices. Leaving the inter-row area untilled retains crop residues on the soil surface. This provides increased erosion resistance and increased organic matter inputs. Strip-till can also reduce field passes and input costs compared to conventional tillage .

A Duplin County farmer heads down multiple rows completing a process known as strip-till corn planting. Strip-till can provide conservation and efficiency benefits over conventional tillage practices. Leaving the inter-row area untilled retains crop residues on the soil surface. This provides increased erosion resistance and increased organic matter inputs. Strip-till can also reduce field passes and input costs compared to conventional tillage .
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_012A4119.jpgA Duplin County farmer heads down multiple rows completing a process known as strip-till corn planting. Strip-till can provide conservation and efficiency benefits over conventional tillage practices. Leaving the inter-row area untilled retains crop residues on the soil surface. This provides increased erosion resistance and increased organic matter inputs. Strip-till can also reduce field passes and input costs compared to conventional tillage .