Two recent studies looking at the role of cover crops in the suppression of glyphosate-resistant horseweed show cover crops alone aren't enough to control the troublesome weed. But planting soybeans green into the covers improved results considerably, says Cambridge University.
Cover crops may be able to suppress weeds in some cases, but that’s just one consideration producers should take into account when selecting cover crops for their farm fields, says Kansas State University Extension.
Registration for the Soil Health Field Day at Burr Oak Farms & Unruh Cover Cropping in Lewiston, Minn., is open. Topics covered include roller-crimping, alternative forages, a drone seeding demo and seeding equipment.
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