Intersowing Cover Crops into Standing Soybean in the US Upper Midwest

Nutrient losses and soil erosion after soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) harvest are common in the US Upper Midwest. Cover crops need to provide adequate growth and cover to prevent soil degradation throughout the winter and early spring months. The objective of this study was to determine the establishment of intersown cover crops and their impacts on a soybean-wheat rotation.

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Kentucky Pride Nitrogen
Domino Perennial Cover Crop
FROSTY Frost Seeding
Driller Erosion

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