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2010 No-Till Conference Presentations

2010 No-Till Conference Presentations

February 8, 2010

Developing a Plan for Problematic Weeds
Marestail Control - Joe Armstrong
Pigweed Control - Doug Shoup
Developing a Weed Management Program - Matt Gard
Sprayer Calibration and Selection - Scott Bretthauer

No-till/Rotation Economics - Kevin Dhuyvetter
No-till Economics in Oklahoma on the Farm - Alan Mindemann
Crop Rotation Economics - What Drives Decisions?- Preston Simic

Breakout Sessions

Crop Rotation and Other Considerations
Crop Rotation Effects on Soil Properties - Silvano Abreu
Herbicide Resistant Weeds in Oklahoma - Joe Armstrong
NRCS Program Overview - Richard Zetterberg

Forage Based Crop Rotations

Does No-till Wheat Equal No Forage - Jeff Edwards
Alternative Forages for No-till Rotations - Darren Redfearn
Making No-till and Livestock Work- Rotation Considerations - Chad Simmelink

Carbon Update
What do Carbon Sequestration Rates Look like in Oklahoma - Jason Warren
Carbon Trading: A perspective from an Electric Cooperative - Kent Fletcher

Yield Monitors - Randy Taylor
Producer- Roy Burns
Economics of Adopting Technology- Kevin Dhuyvetter

February 9, 2010

Crop Rotation
Crop Rotation Considerations - Alan Schlegel
Planning a Crop Rotation- Intensity and Diversity - Chad Godsey
Producers Perspective on Crop Rotation and What Works - Matt Steinert

Considerations for Planting Summer Crops - Randy Taylor
Soil Compaciton from Livestock: Equipment Needs - John Solie
Seeding and Fertilizer Placement - Mark Schrock

Breakout Sessions

Conserving Soil Moisture
Stubble Height Affects on Soil Moisture and Subsequent Crop Yields - Lucas Haag
Water Use of Double Crops in Oklahoma - Tyson Ochsner
Rotations for SW Oklahoma - Gary Strickland

Nutrient Management
Optimizing Nitrogen Fertilizer Through Use of Optical Sensors - Brian Arnall
Putting the Technology to Use - Marty Williams
Starter Fertilizer Considerations - Chad Godsey

Further Considerations for No-till
Converting CRP land Back to Crop Land - Alan Schlegel
Understanding Insects in No-till - Kris Giles
Understanding the Benefits of Srtip-till in Oklahoma - Rick Kochenower

Closing Session