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Tile Drainage and Soil Health Field Day

By Jason Hartschuh, CCA, Ohio State University Extension

OSU Extension Crawford County will be hosting a Tile demonstration and Soil Health Field day on August 22. The program will start at 9:30 am and run until 2 pm. Cost for the program will be $5 to cover lunch. Throughout the day, participants will have the opportunity to see both commercial and tractor mounted plows in operation. They will have the opportunity to see how to run the tractor plow from the seat and how Intellislope works. While drainage is often the first step to successful no-till and cover crops, it is not the only step. Other presentations will include, Profitable cover cropping with livestock, Managing herbicides for cover crop success, In field soil health testing and interpretation, Planning Grass waterways and Blind inlets to partner with you tile installation, Economics of drain tile installation. Please call the Crawford county extension office at 419-562-8731 to RSVP by August 20th.

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