No till planting is becoming more and more popular with each passing year, thanks to the improved techniques, parts, and equipment.
The most common types of no till planting include the following:
Some farmers also grow no till vegetables!
Key To Successful No Till Planting
One of the keys to successful no till seeding is to create good seed furrows that are at a consistent depth. For the highest crop yields, it’s important to have excellent placement of the seeds in the furrow, at the bottom of the furrow, before chunks of sidewall and dust fall into the seed trench.
No More Dink Plants
We’ve developed a number of add-ons, attachments, parts, and equipment for no till farming, all of which are designed to promote uniform crop emergence. No more dink plants, no more plants at various stages of maturity. The goal is to make it as easy as possible for the seed to take root and emerge!
No More Cussing In The Field
We also spend a significant part of our day thinking about how to make no till farming even easier. Need to plant in dry conditions, wet conditions, or both? Need to use parts that shed mud and won’t get snagged on roots and weeds? Need parts and equipment that will last and last, and save the time and hassle of constantly replacing them and installing them?
For further information on no till planting, please call (800) 417-8020, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please Make Note: We manufacture and distribute add-ons, attachments, parts, and equipment for farming and no till equipment for most of the top manufacturers, including: John Deere, Kinze, Great Plains, AGCO-White, Monosem, and Case IH. Located in Salina, Kansas, USA, we ship all of our no till products throughout the U.S., Canada, and the world.