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Incorporating Conservation Solutions into Alternative Crop Transplant Systems

The goal of this project was to identify and validate methods for transplant-based production of indigo crop which are low impact with regard to chemical addition and soil runoff and which are consistent with the sustainable production values of Stony Creek Colors. Particularly, the evaluation of strip-till / no-till methods and cover crop selection for Japanese, and later tropical, indigo production was evaluated to determine efficacy of weed control and impacts on the indigo plants with regard to yield and growth rate. The key objective and deliverable for this project was an evaluation and recommendation to farmers for optimum indigo transplant methods including cover crop selection, field preparation, plant density, and weed suppression methods without significant use of chemical amendments or soil degradation.

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Will you be attending Commodity Classic?

GO Seed will once again be attending Commodity Classic! If you’re interested in joining us for farmer led discussions on cover crops with GO Seed Director of Research and soil scientist, Dr. Shannon Cappellazzi, please email us by clicking the button below!
We hope you’ll come by our exhibit space and chat with the team, at space 2803!