Published December 5, 2018 | By Mike Petersen
From Texas Agri-Life Announced in November 2018—Some ideas about Cover Crops
An overwhelming amount of news and buzz across the country has to do with Cover Crops and what they can do for Soil Health. I get it where the moisture is adequate to bountiful. Consider those folks in the more arid zones; regions of the country with less than 18 inches of moisture falls throughout the year and maybe only 7 of those during the actual growing season – they face a different dilemma.
The good folks in Kansas, Oklahoma, and now Texas where in the past years have grown >5M acres of cotton, are expressing an urge of caution and cognitive thinking about Cover Crops being the answer to the plight of farmers in regards to Soil Health.
May I point you to a recent article well expressed from Texas. Published in Southwest Farm Press, Shelley Huguley offers some information that has points to consider.
Just press control-click on the link below…