Spring planting is done and the SoilWarrior is back in the shed until fall or next spring, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t continue to learn about strip- till at different events this summer. From national conferences to training days there is something for every strip-till farmer or enthusiast wanting to learn more.
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Brady Keehl has joined the Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) team as an Assembly Technician. Brady is working on our main production floor assembling ETS equipment.
Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) welcomes Adam Rodgers to the team as the Engineering Intern. Adam will have many opportunities to contribute to the growth of the company through his internship responsibilities.
Gavin Held has joined the Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) team as the Precision Ag Specialist. Gavin will work with all ETS departments, customers, dealerships, and cooperatives to support precision technology.
Environmental Tillage Systems (ETS) welcomes Craig Denton to the team as the Financial Controller. Craig will provide financial management and strategic planning knowledge with the senior leadership team and CEO.
The 2018 National Strip-Tillage Conference will be held July 26-27 in Iowa City, Iowa. Now in its fifth year, the conference has become the premier learning and networking event in the U.S. for forward-thinking farmers. This year’s conference will include 7 general sessions, 12 strip-till classrooms, and 20 roundtable discussions along with unlimited networking with fellow strip-till enthusiasts. According to National Strip-Tillage Conference Attendee Surveys 95.2% of Strip-Tillage Conference attendees would recommend attending. *
Environmental Tillage System (ETS) is thrilled to have Haely Leiding as the summer Marketing and Communications Intern. ETS is ready to welcome Haely to the Sales and Marketing team and provide opportunities for her to contribute to the growth of the company.
- Deep placement should not be your only nutrient application method as nutrients may not be available to the crop when needed.
- Concentrating nutrients in one location can cause the remaining root zone to become nutrient deficient.
- A multiple band approach often requires several passes through the field and many expensive attachments to planting equipment.
- Zone placement combines the benefits associated with multiple bands in an efficient, single pass operation that manages residues and creates an ideal seedbed.
As we welcome 2018, let’s revisit your favorites from 2017.2017 has come and gone. It was an exciting year for Environmental Tillage Systems! As 2018 begins let us review and recap ETS top ten moments. Enjoy the memories and please comment and let us know what you would like to see in 2018.
Despite the years of experience you may have as a farmer, there is always more to learn. If you're interested in continuing to grow your farm and your knowledge about soils, we recommend that you attend an Ag PhD Soils Clinic this winter.