After the last 3 of 4 years being wet I've decided to switch back to some form of fall tillage. Some fields requiring more than others from using narrow points applying fert to full on disking. Unfortunately I've had to set all good agronomic practices aside and do what I can to get the crop in next year. I think some sort of an aggressive vertical tillage will be important in the future.(I have demoed many brands) We should have tilled last year, most that did saw increased yield in our saturated soils. Anyone else feeling like zero til isn't suited for our current weather patterns?