ISU agronomists offer tips for planting cover crops in dry soils
Planting cover crops has become a regular late summer chore for a lot of Iowa farmers. But, with dry conditions persisting over many parts of Iowa, there are concerns that cover crops will not have enough moisture to germinate and get established this fall.
Angie Rieck-Hinz and Meaghan Anderson, both Iowa State University (ISU) Extension field agronomists, in a recent blog offered some suggestions for farmers planting cover ...
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