No-till in Oklahoma continues to grow in popularity among producers that want to increase soil quality, conserve soil moisture, and decrease fuel and labor costs. These benefits of no-till are well documented and we hope the information available through this website will help you in managing your no-till cropping system or adopting no-till into your current cropping system. No-till is not an answer for everything but should be considered an important part of your cropping system.
Save the Date for 2018 No-Till Conference
This portion of the page will be activated with the 2018 information at a later date.
Jason Warren, PhD.
Soil and Water Conservation/Management
Department of Plant and Soil Sciences
Oklahoma State University
371 Ag Hall