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Ohio No-till Upcoming Events

Ohio No-till Events on August 18, 20 and 23

The Ohio No-till Council is providing three opportunities to learn the latest information about soil health, cover crops, and a whole lot more.

The full schedules (all topics and speakers listed) and registration details for the 3 events are at:

In addition to our two major sponsors, Ohio Soybean Council and the Ohio Corn Marketing program, The Nature Conservancy is assisting with these events.


On August 18 (Thursday)

Rick Clark of Williamsport, Indiana, will headline a full day (9:00-4:00) in Crawford County at Sunny Slopes Farm, 4565 Zeigler Rd, Bucyrus, OH 44820. Jason Hartschuh, OSU Extension, Crawford County, will speak on two topics: Herbicide cautions before cover crops, and Cover crops for forage.


On August 20 (Saturday morning)

The Butler SWCD will host a program at 1802 Princeton Road, Hamilton, Ohio 45011. Starting at 9:00 a.m., Brady Smith, Butler SWCD, will showcase 8 Cover Crop plots planted July 1, plus an interseeded legume in corn. Mike Estadt, OSU Extension, Pickaway County, will speak on Carbon Markets.


On August 23 (Tuesday morning)

Our third no-till event will be in Muskingum County, 9:00 to noon. The Muskingum SWCD helped organize the program. The location is the Randall Horst farm, 1145 Morgan Rd, Zanesville, OH 43701. Eight cover crop plots were drilled after wheat harvest. Ryan Haden, OSU-ATI, will discuss his research with interseeding cover crops into corn.

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