U of M Conservation Tillage Conference in Rochester, Feb. 7-8
How-to information, expert advice, practical tips
Learn how conservation tillage can save soil, time, fuel — and money.
University of Minnesota Extension will host the seventh annual Conservation Tillage Conference and tradeshow Feb. 7 and 8, at the International Event center in Rochester, MN.
The day-and-a-half-long conference will provide practical, how-to information on nearly every aspect of conservation tillage.
Experts from the University of Minnesota, and neighboring states will present the results of extensive research comparing tillage systems, including strip tillage. In addition, experienced conservation tillage farmers will answer questions and provide management tips.
Conference topics include: precision ag solutions, weed species shift and control, nutrient management in high residue systems, strip intercropping management, soil health with reduced till systems, and vendor sessions: learn about new equipment and technology