Cover Crops have Negligible Impact on Soil Water in Nebraska Maize_Soybean Rotation

One perceived cost of integrating winter cover cropping in maize (Zea mays L.) and soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] rotation systems is the potential negative impact on soil water storage available for primary crop production. The objective of this 3-yr study was to evaluate the effects of winter cover crops on soil water storage and cover crop biomass production following no-till maize and soybean rotations.

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FROSTY Soggy Soils
FROSTY Compaction
Lonestar Biomass
Dynamite Cold Tolerant

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