“We've cut our fertilizer back 50-60%, and we're not seeing yields come down. I think it's because we're seeing better biological activity.”
— Tom Pyfferoen, Cover Cropper, Pine Island, Minn.
In this episode of the Cover Crop Strategies podcast, brought to you by SOURCE® from Sound Agriculture, listen to a presentation from the Soil Management Summit in Alexandria, Minn., that features Anna Cates, state soil health specialist at the University of Minnesota Extension, and Minnesota no-tiller Tom Pyfferoen as they discuss how cover crops can help combat drought and what Tom has learned from his on-farm cover crop trials.
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