Verified FBN Member (MO)

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No Till beans and corn into crimped rye in Missouri or like climate

Anyone have experience and or success with this in Missouri? I've been told heat and humidity creates too much heat under the thatch.

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Verified FBN Member (MO)

I've been using covers for several years now and have seen lower soil temps where the covers are. I have placed a soil thermometer in both ...

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Verified FBN Member (ND)

This worked well in no till soybeans for me in north dakota. Too bad we didn;t get rain.

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Verified FBN Member (IN)

No way the soil has more heat and humidity under roller crimped rye than without the residue. The residue has decreased soil temp by 10° He...

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Verified FBN Member (MO)

I have done it and it was a very successful endeavor done soybeans for 4 years this year is first year doing it with corn and we didn’t crim...

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