Panhandle No-Till Partnership is here to help arm producers with educational support, knowledge and practical use techniques for continuous no tillage cropping practices. We hope to help instill a long-term vision and keen awareness of the need for continued education to successfully endure as producers.
We offer hands-on, informational events, educational information and a weekly column written by Mark Watson called No-Till Notes for producers interested in sustaining agriculture with continuous No-Till Practices.
With this knowledge and effort we remain committed to our vision and will continue to promote No-Till Production.
More On Upcoming Events
The Panhandle No till Partnership will be hosting its Winter Conference February 26-27, 2014 at the Civic Center in Gering, Nebraska.
We will hear from popular speakers such as Paul Jasa, Dietrick Kastens and weatherman Don Day. Subjects will include economics, entomology and more, plus we’ll host a panel of experienced producers, who you can interact with for more specific information.
More information will be coming soon, and we look forward to seeing you in February!
Links: Interested in information? We’ve put together a list of other No-Till organizations across the state, the country and the world to bring you the most helpful, up to date information and educational material available.
Click Here for Links to more Sites and Information.
Mark Watson, who chairs the Panhandle No-Till Partnership knows the value of No-Till, because as a producer in semi-arid western Nebraska, he has been successfully undergoing those changes for the past 20 years.
Each week, Mark shares his experience and insights through his column, No-Till Notes, seen in newspapers throughout the Panhandle.
Through his column, you’ll see how continuous No-Till practices have transformed his soil, living and bottom line and find tips to help you do the same for yours.
Click Here for tips and insights in Mark Watson’s No-Till Notes.
Stages of No-Till
This page is designed to give you an idea of the process of continuous No-Till. Though it doesn’t happen overnight, using Continuous No-Till Practices will improve your soil, your living and ultimately, your bottom line.
Click Here for complete information about the Stages of No-Till