Wheat School – Residue Management Is Critical For Uniform Emergence – Phil Needham

A successful no-till system starts or stops at the combine. This according to Phil Needham of Needham Ag Technologies. As Phil explains, it’s the even spreading of the residue out of the combine that will allow for uniform depth at seeding and uniform emergence as well as other benefits to your crop.

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In this episode of the Wheat School, Phil Needham talks about the need for proper residue management and shows us what can happen if residue isn’t spread properly.

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