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Posted 6/30/2020 05:08 (#8344517 - in reply to #8344305)
Subject: RE: Cover crops for a beginner

Cen. Pa.
Youngohioian - 6/29/2020 22:06

I'll admit I've never planted coer crops. It isn't extremely common around here.
( north central / north east Ohio)
Where can I go to learn?
What's planted, how it is killed and incorporated?

I usually chisel plow soybeab stubble in the fall and leave it until spring.
If you normally get your crops harvested in good time . You could start simple skip the chisel plow and plant cereal rye , with a notill drill . Cover Crops are becoming more and more popular , order your cereal Rye early. It works and you can do it and it will pay.Easy to plant easy to spray (kill).
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