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Andrew Wilson 55m
Replying to @lebackhouse
Good results there Luke, but wet slumpy anaerobic looking soil! TBH this years look poor compared to last year, but the and are still doing their stuff!
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MSU Cover Crops & Soil Health Team 12h
New video featured on ! are a critical tool for improving quality on of all types & at all scales. Urban farms & gardens deal with unique challenges while growing in urban spaces that cover crops can help address.
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Jacqueline Hannam 13h
Come & do a with me and on , and . Plenty of opportunity for fieldwork, exciting techniques & impact. Check out the deets below 👇 Deadline 6 March.
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The Soil Health Partnership 5h
Terry Bachtold on : "We have come a long way in technology as far as nutrient management, but I think the next leap forward is going to be improving soil practices like cover crops & no-till."Read more
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Mitchell Hora Jan 24
A problem with in west Texas: catching so much blowing soil from the neighbors fields that it’s piling up and causing issues.... 🤯😳🤯
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Countrywide results shows outstanding weed suppression with high biomass !! See amazing results in this new article and video here.
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Farm Practices That Improve Soil Health
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help farmers manage soil erosion, weeds, and pests and improve soil health. Farmers often plant cover crops during the off-season after harvesting cash crops. 
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MSU Cover Crops & Soil Health Team Jan 27
Don't miss our new video series - providing convenient information to Michigan field crop farmers about the use of and their benefits for !
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Farm Futures Jan 27
10 reasons to consider cover crops in 2020 Breeder's Journal: You can't put dollar signs on all these benefits, but they're real!
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Kings 14h
A great turn out at today’s meeting with at Pleasance Farm. Kings Sales Manager, Richard Barnes, demonstrates the merits of different species in a cover crop mix, such as radish and phacelia.
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Gil Gullickson Jan 23
Sorting photos this afternoon for upcoming stories and came across this gem of Dave Franzen, North Dakota State University Extension fertility specialist. He and were giving a talk on the ins-and-outs of terminating . He came dressed for the occasion!
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Roberto Peiretti 21h
My corn no tilled on top of Hairy vetch 65 days ago keeps progressing nicelly and showing an excellent nutritional and health status. Great yield promise
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Greene County CD Jan 27
2020 Greene County Rice Soybean Production Meeting
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Jacqui EmpsonLaporte Jan 23
For my Grey/Bruce peeps, here is a funding program you might be interested in from
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Cover Crop Guy Jan 27
RT : WiscCorn: Cover crops can be used to prevent nitrogen loss. Cover crop research shows that winter cereal rye may reduce nitrate leaching.
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LawtonStellarContent 11h
Maverick%3A Cracking the Mystery of 60-Inch Rows: %2Farticle%2Fcorn-maverick-cracking-mystery-60-inch-rows
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Luke Petersen 7h
"A plant's immune system is in the soil..." Diverse cover crops can build resilient systems above and below ground.
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Alexander Silverwood Jan 27
Cracking crop of WOSR with a cover crop mix of Clover ready for herbicide application weather permitting in the next few days
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James E Todd Jan 24
My fellow Red Raider Kelly Kettner did a great job explaining about using cover crops in an arid environment at the NAICC annual meeting.
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