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  • Tillage

    Puma 150and VT Flex in brown field
    April 3, 2023
    Going Vertical: Getting Started With Vertical Tillage
    With the increasing attention being paid to soil health and the growing body of knowledge on how healthy soils can contribute to overall yields, there are plenty of terms being used and misused. One of those is vertical tillage. So what is vertical tillage and, more important, should you be doing it?
  • Soil Health

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    May 18, 2022
    Research Findings to Enhance Your Soil Management Strategy
    see how the smallest agronomic adjustments with AFS Soil Command™ tillage prescription technology can make a big difference on your farm — whether you practice conventional or conservation tillage.
  • Agronomic Design

    rear view of Case IH tillage equipment
    October 23, 2020
    Break Through Benefits — What Can Tiger Points Do for Your Seedbed?
    Breaking through hard pan compaction can be a tough, time-consuming process. Thankfully, Case IH Tiger Points are rugged enough to get the job done while also facilitating crop health.
  • Crop Yields

    image comparing compacted soil to a brick
    May 2, 2020
    Improving Water Infiltration to Increase Yield
    Compaction can drastically affect your soil’s ability to absorb water and nutrients. If you’re looking to increase yield, start by improving your water infiltration.
  • Agronomic Design

    Image of ruler checking compaction level
    May 1, 2020
    Beat Compaction This Fall and Move That Moisture
    Locating and breaking up hard pan during postharvest tillage is important to improve moisture management heading into next year and beyond.
  • Agronomic Design

    image showing comparison between even and uneven seedbed floor
    May 1, 2020
    Are You Paying Attention to Your Seedbed Floor?
    Most farmers understand the importance of maintaining a healthy seedbed. But what is the seedbed floor? And how can you optimize the agronomic quality of yours to reach full yield potential?