This article was written by Brent Jones, Sales and Iowa Research Farm Manager Grassland Oregon, and is republished with permission as part of AGDAILY’s focus on cover crops. As row crop and hay producers throughout the country navigate the recovery process from this spring and summer’s excessive flooding, attention is needed for what is happening below […]
Cover crops expert Jenna Langley Blue shares her knowledge as part of the ultimate guide to cover crops and how they relate to soil health.
Allowing cover crops to grow two weeks longer in the spring and planting corn and soybean crops into them before termination is a strategy that may help no-till farmers deal with wet springs, according to Penn State researchers. The approach — known as planting green — could help no-till farmers counter a range of problems […]
As the planting deadlines for corn and soybeans pass, an unprecedented planting season has many producers in the Midwest looking into prevent plant options.
This article was written by Brent Jones, Sales and Iowa Research Farm Manager Grassland Oregon, and is republished with permission as part of AGDAILY’s focus on cover crops. If done correctly, interseeding cover crops into corn can uplift grain yields To get a head start on establishing winter covers, interseeding has started to become a popular […]
Plant breeding improvements have given the industry better alternatives to industry standard cover crop varieties.
The Soil Health Institute today released a 60-minute documentary, Living Soil, that captures the history – and significance – of the soil health movement.
Cover crops are receiving a lot of attention by nearly everyone involved in agriculture. They are once again becoming a very versatile tool that can provide many ecosystem services while also improving a producer’s bottom line. Cover crops are loosely defined as something planted to serve a multitude of purposes while not typically being harvested […]