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One of the easiest strategies to getting cover crops seeded earlier in fields — and getting more growth, better erosion control, more nitrogen scavenging and the like — is utilizing shorter-season corn hybrids. Improved genetics available today can provide growers more options without sacrificing too much yield.
Cover Crop Coach Steve Groff offers some tips for picking the proper short-season hybrids for making such an endeavor work while avoiding the mistake of automatically buying the shortest genetics available in the seed catalog.
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