You’ve heard about the benefits of adding cover crops to a no-till system. But with so many species to choose from, it’s hard to know which ones will work best in a situation, and why the wrong pick may bring more harm than good.
Incorporating cover crops into a no-till rotation is going to take some trial and error, but if you know the soils, climate and the goals you’d like to achieve with cover crops, you’ll have a better idea of what species will work best for an operation.
To help you determine which species is the right — or wrong — fit for an operation, we’ve compiled a special eBook download on the pros and cons of the nine most popular cover crop species — and we’ve made it absolutely FREE to get it into the hands of as many no-tillers as possible to help make cover crops a success on no-till farms.
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Cheers to a prosperous 2016!
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