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Short-term effects of cover crops on soil health and yield in established no-till systems

Agriculture in Kansas and the Great Plains faces many sustainability challenges. Cover cropping is a practice that can affect sustainability by improving soil health parameters in some environments, but more work is needed in the frame of no-till systems in eastern Kansas. Additionally, cash crop yield is an important consideration for production agriculture, but is only reported in less than one-third of soil health studies.

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