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March 02, 2007 Direct Seeding Reduces Wheat Stress and Improves Yields
February 28, 2007 Planning for Peas Starts in Your Stubble
February 23, 2007 Residue Management Strategies are an Important Part of the Farm Business Strategy
February 23, 2007 Investigation into use of Residue Managers During Direct Seeding with Double Shoot Angle Disk Openers
February 22, 2007 Minimum Versus Maximum Slot Disturbance in No-Tillage: How Much is too Much?
February 22, 2007 Are You Ready for Seeding
February 22, 2007 Investigation into the Effectiveness of Residue Managers and Wheels with Direct Seeded Peas
February 22, 2007 Investigation into the Effectiveness of Residue Managers and Wheels with Direct Seeded Field Crops
February 22, 2007 Standing Tall with Direct Seeding
February 22, 2007 Avoid Tilling Written-off Crops: Make the Most of a Bad Situation
February 22, 2007 Residue Managment Benefits
February 22, 2007 Estimating the Value of Crop Residue
February 22, 2007 Managing and Distributing Residue for Conservation Tillage in the Pacific Northwest
February 21, 2007 The Heavy Harrow: is it a useful implement?
February 21, 2007 Saving Spring Soil Moisture - Making the Most of Standing Stubble
February 16, 2007 Residue Management for Successful Direct Seeding
February 16, 2007 Equipment Issues in Crop Residue Management for Direct Seeding
February 15, 2007 Basics of Residue Management
February 14, 2007 Handling Difficult Crop Residue Conditions in Direct Seeding Systems
February 12, 2007 Getting Started in Direct Seeding
November 23, 2004 Residue Managers for No-Till Crop Production - Direct Seeding Advantage 2004
November 23, 2004 Sequestering Carbon in Cropland - Direct Seeding Advantage 2004
November 18, 2003 Residue Management Strategies for Direct Seeding - Direct Seeding Advantage 2003