INTERSEEDING COVER CROPS TO SUPPRESS WEEDS IN CORN-SOYBEAN ROTATIONS IN KENTUCKY

Cover crops are typically sown between cash crops and can suppress weed emergence and growth. If cover crops are sown after cash crop harvest the system is left susceptible to weed emergence while they establish. Interseeding cover crops into a standing cash crop may limit this bare period by allowing cover crops to become established, go into dormancy, and then revive around cash crop senescence.

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