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  • MF2206
    Emergency Wind Erosion Control

    If wind erosion has started, it can be reduced by mulching with manure or other anchored plant materials such as straw or hay. Mulching is most effective when applied before soil starts to move. The goal of emergency tillage is to make the soil surface rougher by producing resistant clods and surface ridges. A rough surface reduces wind speed. 4 pages.

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  • MF3069
    Field Efficiency Gains You Can Expect from a Guidance System

    Publication explains how a well-working guidance system (such as WAAS, OmniStar, RTK) can increase field efficiencies up to 10 percent. It includes an equation to calculate the efficiency increase when applying one guidance system over another. 4 p.

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  • MF3068
    Ethanol and Small Nonroad Engines

    Explains the factors the consumer must consider if using ethanol fuel in small engine machinery such as lawn mowers, string trimmers, and rototillers. 4 p.

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  • MF3003
    Select the Right GPS Hertz Rating

    Several factors, including the hertz rate of the global positioning system (GPS), affect response time. That determines how fast equipment responds and how far that piece of equipment travels before a change occurs. 2 p.

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  • MF3002
    Connect GPS Equipment through the Serial Port

    Most precision farming equipment comes with its own global positioning system (GPS), but some equipment requires the operator to make connections with other units, typically through a nine-pin RS-232 serial port. 2 p.

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