Cover Crop Selection and the Effects on Your Soil

See a Wisconsin field that has cover crops planted to help control soil erosion loss as well as improve soil structure and fertility. Jamie Patton, UW-Extension agriculture agent in Shawano County and Francisco Arriaga, state specialist from the UW–Madison Department of Soil Science discuss key benefits about four of the varieties of cover crops planted in the field.

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