How tillage tools have changed to accommodate challenges


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The increase in the amount of lignin in corn to improve standability is just one reason tillage tool manufacturers have adapted their equipment to changes in crop genetics. Ivan Rieke, crop production specialist for Case IH, explains the changes Case IH has made to its tillage tools to accommodate these changes, using the Ecolo-Tiger 870 as an example.

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