Implementing cover crops, no-till and other soil management practices can help reduce input costs and maintain crop yield. Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council Director of Research David Kee says the Conservation Tillage Conference is the best of the best for this kind of information in the region. “Cover crops offer us a lot of benefits. We need to know how to best use this technology if we’re going to be successful,” he says. “It’s good information our growers need.” Registration during the 2018 Conservation Tillage Conference maxed out around 370 attendees. The 2019 Conservation Tillage Conference will be in St. Cloud, Minnesota.
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