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The inaugural National Strip-Tillage Conference is in the books. The event took place July 30th and 31st in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. We will share more about the event and plans for the future in the coming weeks.
View the speaker program. The 8-page program with all the details of the inaugural event can be downloaded here.
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