30 Years of Small Grains and No-Till on an Ohio Farm
Wednesday, June 26 | 6 – 8:30 p.m. | Fostoria, OH
In partnership with Seneca County Conservation District
Join us in beautiful Seneca County, Ohio, to hear from David Cramer, who has been no-tilling small grains on his family farm for over 30 years. We will cover agronomic advice and variety selection, and learn about incorporating cover crops into a small-grains operation.
HOSTS: David and Ann Cramer
David Cramer is a lifelong Seneca County farmer. He graduated from The Ohio State University in 1982 with a degree agricultural mechanization systems, then returned to the family farm as the fifth generation to farm the land. He currently farms 650 acres of grain using no-till practices, which he has practiced for more than 30 years.
- Interseeded clover in wheat
- Cover crop mixes
From Fostoria: Take W County Road 60 east for about 4 miles. The farm is at the intersection of Co Rd 60 and Co Rd 39.
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