Monthly Archives: March 2012

Burndown of Annual Ryegrass – Details are Important

A Farm Journal article spells it out plainly and simply. Here’s a few paragraphs from that article. You can read the whole article by clicking here. One of the cover crops that does double duty to achieve all of the … Continue reading

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Annual Ryegrass Cover Crops in Iowa – Field Day on March 30th

COVER CROP FIELD DAY RYEGRASS vs. CEREAL RYE March 30TH – 10 a.m. Steve Berger Farm, 1267 Elm Ave., Wellman, IA Field¬† plot site is one-half mile North at Elm Ave & 120th St. Topics:¬† Benefits of Cover Crops – … Continue reading

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Burndown of Annual Ryegrass

In the next month, all that lush annual ryegrass will become history…as you’ll have to terminate the cover crop to make way for soybean and corn seeds. But “history” is a relative term…in fact, the residue of the grass will … Continue reading

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Dan Towery and Jamie Scott Present at OSU Conservation Tillage Conference

Earlier this week, more than 900 attendees at the annual Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference (Ada, OH) heard from more than 60 presenters on an exhaustive array of topic dealing with improving soil, reducing nutrient leaching and improving harvest yields. … Continue reading

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