The use of no-tillage continues to increase, as soybeans are very adaptable to no-till systems. On sites with long slopes, no-till planting into corn residue is suggested for adequate erosion control in corn-soybean and corn-soybean-small grain rotations. Heavy corn residue can be problematic in achieving good, uniform seed-to-soil contact, and lower emergence rates can occur, especially with no-till drills. Slugs can also be a significant factor under some high-residue conditions. Proper planter adjustment is the key to successful establishment in conservation tillage planting systems.