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.
During harvest season, getting your crops out of the ground is always the top priority—but what about the future of your fields? According to research from The University of Minnesota, the way you address rutting and compaction today will profoundly affect your yield for up to three years.1 Here are three tips for setting up…
Wet fields are likely hindering your harvest right now, so locating and breaking up hard pan during postharvest tillage will be important to help improve moisture management heading into next year and beyond.
Every time you set foot in your fields, you compact the soil. Imagine the compaction your fully loaded combine caused as it crisscrossed a too-wet field last fall. Keep in mind the threat soil compaction poses to yields and know how to combat it.
[featured-video-plus] 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. The result? An optimized seedbed performance in spring.