Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Lac du Bonnet Mb
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Are you on Solonetzic soils? Its too much to give up the seed placement and depth control and the stand in the years when it doesn't rain in spring to get a little soil stirring. I know on grey wooded soils I get a yield response to tillage in fall. I have been precision, back to c shank and now back to precision again. On cereal stubble I till because I get lousy crops the following year if I don't. And I can never go many consecutive years to build up the mulch layer because I carve big ruts every third year. But I feel your pain. In a dry spring they are great but in a wet spring I like the c shank for the soil.
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