Hail Damage

By Soil Health, Soil Health Resource Guide

Hail damage is always bad and if the timing does not allow you to replant a cash crop, you should consider planting a cover crop. Covers into hailed crops are a great opportunity to add diversity, suppress weeds, capture and cycle nutrients, and provide supplemental grazing. We can help you…

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Compost Workshop

By Soil Health

We have gathered some valuable information regarding biological stimulants and compost. Included in these PDF’s is instructions for creating your own inoculant concentrate and compost pile. Bioferments, Biostimulants and Biofertilizers – PDF 2nd May 2019 SPICE Compost USA version 1st May 2019 Inoculant to Compost – timeline US version  …

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How To Make Cover Crops Fail!

By Helpful links, Soil Health

by Green Cover Seed  Sales Agronomist, Dale Strickler  Everywhere I go to speak, I am told “that wont work around here” whenever I propose a new practice. It doesn’t matter what idea is presented. It just wont work “around here.”  It can work “somewhere else” because “somewhere else” always has…

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Herbicide Test Kit

By Herbicides

Herbicide Tolerance Cover Crop Seed Test If chemicals were pre-applied to a field that is going into prevent plant, there’s no sense in starting the conversation until you understand the potential chemical effect.  NOTE: WE ARE NOT CHEMICAL EXPERTS! Please always consult with your chemical dealers or experts on this topic. Look…

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Prevent Plant Cover Crop Options

By Alternative Crops

Prevent Plant Cover Crop Options It appears as if there will be a record number of acres across multiple states this year that will not get planted this spring and will be eligible for the “Prevent Plant” program. (More information on Prevent Plant dates and details can be found at the end of this…

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