MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AFFECTING THE NUTRIENT PROVISION CAPACITY OF COVER CROPS
Cover cropping is an effective practice for soil health management. One of the many benefits of cover cropping is that they can be a significant source of nutrients to the subsequent cash crops. This article explains how cover crop species and the timing and method of termination influence the pulse of nutrients released from the residues and their availability to the subsequent cash crop.
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agricultural producer including row crop and vegetable farmers, and livestock producers.
Poudel P, Ye R, Park D, Parajuli B. Management Practices Affecting the Nutrient Provision Capacity of Cover Crops. Clemson (SC): Clemson Cooperative Extension, Land-Grant Press by Clemson Extension; 2020. LGP 1087. http://lgpress.clemson.edu/publication/management-practices-affecting-the-nutrient-provision-capacity-of-cover-crops/.