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Bob Haselwood Jun 12
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Steve Groff Jun 10
NPR does a story on how the Chesapeake Bay is turning around- thanks, in part, to farmers using ! For those who don't know, some agriculture areas in the Chesapeake Bay watershed are over 60% adoption rate of the use of cover crops.
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Adam McCain Jun 14
everyone who plants cover crops and takes these 'huh huh too easy' pictures also needs to share these pictures. Can't drive 100' without locking up.
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Border St 1h
Gray skies, but sunny lands. hairy vetch, sweet clover, cereals
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Blake Vince Jun 16
With too I hope?
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Steve Groff 56m
Insect pest populations were more than 10 fold higher on the insecticide-treated farms than on the insecticide-free regenerative farms. play a key role.
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Tj Rose 3h
I know we’re all in a tough situation. If you’re looking at options for your prevent plant acres, give us a call. 937-441-2220
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The Grow Network Jun 15
🌱🌿🍃🍂🌾🌺🌻 Bare soil is a no-no! Here's why...
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Auburn Agency Crop 36m
Planting Cover Crops on Prevent Plant Acres? Read This First.
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Chryseis Modderman 18m
Got ? Considering cover crops? We need your input to help shape the new MN Cover Crop Guide! Please take the survey and pass along to others who might be interested!
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MSU Cover Crops & Soil Health Team 2h
Importance of control - "I believe have been given credit for things they haven't done, & have been blamed for things they haven't done". Even if it's just a few strips, remember to set up a when you're trying something new!
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Stephen Lamb Jun 15
Replying to @emilym_moon
The fields would have never washed away if would implement
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GPS Jun 11
Replying to @phumer
Can yah post another pic of this in July?
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Ross Fogle Jun 15
Cows must have missed a turnip!
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Steve Groff 10h
Managing Risk When Using Herbicides And In Corn And Soybean
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Corn Agronomy Jun 13
Cover crop options for prevent plant acres & drowned-out areas. See
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Adam McCain Jun 16
Replying to @phumer @jerodmcdaniel
you'll never hear atwitter admit it. I think covers are great and worth the effort, but growers need to be honest about the challenges and pitfalls if there's going to be a wider adoption.
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Steve Groff 19h
Evidence of increasing yields on beet crops, with some supporting details. Have you seen yield bumps from a cover crop system?
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A.J. Krusemark Jun 14
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Ashley St.Clair Jun 16
A very uncommon sight for . The farm crew installed on Friday to ensure in a study.
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