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Steve Groff 30m
You can't just throw on and expect miracles. Interested in joining my cover crop training group? Check out our current special offer!
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Phil Kaatz 30m
Harvest day for the soybean cyst nematode / cover crop plot in Lenox Twp. Thanks Michigan Soybean Promotion. /scn#
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Iowa Dept of Agriculture & Land Stewardship 42m
What can do for your farm? They can cut fertilizer costs, boost profits, reduce pollution, protect water quality, reduce erosion, help with insect and pest pressures, conserve soil moisture....the list goes on and on! We love how !
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Peter Hill Oct 12
Looking to visit with growers around Texas with experience in cover crops. Iโ€™m not selling seed or anything like that; more interested in cropping systems research. Know anybody? Recommendations?
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Steve Groff 13h
How far north can you plant ?
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Steve Groff Oct 10
"The guys who have been true no-till without , they are all blowing right now" This article doesn't come across with a "committed to cover crop" approach but does value their worth
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Steve Groff 2h
help keep more rainfall. Build a bigger bucket!
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NWF Agriculture Team 7h
Interested in being a leader in your community? Apply to be a champion and spread the important message that cover crops improve ! Apply here:
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Shepherd Seeds ๐Ÿ ๐ŸŒป๐ŸŒพ Oct 17
Growers are reaping the benefits of the warm autumn with bumper cover crop growth.
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Iowa Farm Bureau 3h
There are enough cover crop acres in Iowa (roughly 760,000) to cover Story and Polk counties!
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Gallagher NAmerica 50m
South Dakota Rancher Jared Namken Uses & to lengthen his season
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Steve Groff Oct 17
Many think won't work in dryland areas. Yes, it may require a higher level of management and you may not see the results as quick but this article shares how some producers are not turning back! Benefits come after patience and due diligence..
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Justin Ramer Oct 16
View behind the combine. Oats, radish, cereal rye, buckwheat
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Mark Licht Oct 15
This aerial seeded field looks good both were the soybean have and have not been harvested.
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Breslin Farms 8h
Buckwheat cover was killed by a frost the other night. Go little turnips, go! breslinfarms
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Speare Seeds 18h
Touring the country side today around every corner I turned great to see all the field covered up :)
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covercropsandrotation Oct 15
The fundamental to all agriculture systems is soil management... but our soil is experiencing degradation due to erosion, loss of organic matter, compaction, etc. Help SAVE our soil with using , practicing methods, and row !
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Steve Groff 11h
Indiana surpasses a million acres of and only 20% are subsidized!
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Dakota County Soil & Water Conservation District Oct 17
An exciting research project is happening along Rice Creek in the watershed this fall! 8 farmers are planting on about 800 acres, to improve soil health and help capture nutrients before it enters the creek. How will this affect water quality and fish?
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Lucas Criswell Oct 16
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