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Source: Lancaster Farming One of the most frequently-asked questions about cover crops is: Do they pay? Well, a new report answers that question. “If you …
A Kansas State University research study revealed that a cover crop of high-glucosinolate Pacific Gold mustard reduced charcoal rot in soybean production.
The Midwest Cover Crops Council just released new recipes for farmers interested in adding cover crops to their corn and soybean rotations.
Nearly 60% of the trials in Practical Farmers of Iowa’s Cooperators’ Program have
involved cover crops. What they learned about cover crops’ impact on crop yields and management can benefit growers across the country.
Ron Wallace, world champion giant pumpkin grower and owner of Wallace Organic Wonder, relies on an annual cover crop of Kodiak to suppress soilborne diseases …
Mighty Mustard® cover crops and trap crops have been a staple for nearly 10 years at certified organic farm Greentree Naturals in Sandpoint, ID. Owner/farmer …
Trenton Carley, farmer and owner of Full Throttle Ag Services in Milford, IL, planted a mix of Mighty Mustard® Trifecta Power Blend™️ and other cover …
A new S.A.R.E. report that’s based on five years of national cover crop surveys helps farmers identify practices that can help cover crops pay off faster.
Practical Farmers of Iowa has released their 2014-15 Research Trial Report, and it shows Mighty Mustard® Kodiak (brown mustard) as being a very strong performer in both biomass production and weed/pathogen suppression among other cover crops in the Midwest growing regions.
When it comes to cover crops, is it more beneficial to plant monocrops or cocktails? Dr. Andy McGuire from WSU’s Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources digs into the latest research and uncovers the facts in his two-part article.
Diane Green, esteemed organic farmer, educator and owner of Greentree Naturals
Certified Organic Farm, grows Mighty Mustard® for multiple reasons: to build biomass, increase soil fertility and serve as a trap crop.