Cereal rye cover crop effects on soil carbon and physical properties in Southeastern Indiana

Cover crops can be a management practice used to improve soil health and increase resilience to extreme climate events in a typical midwestern corn–soybean (Zea mays L.–Glycine max L.) rotation. This study was conducted as part of a large regional project with a goal of studying how to make corn-based cropping systems more resilient to climate stresses.

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Dynamite Quick to Establish
Survivor More Leaves
Lonestar Rust Resistant
FROSTY Soil Tolerance

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