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Typically, double cropping done after small grains is planting soybeans in wheat stubble, but not always, says Pennsylvania cover crop expert Steve Groff.
Some growers plant a crop after barley, oats or other small grain crops, and cover crops are a viable choice for planting in late summer.
The amount of precipitation is also a factor in deciding whether to plant cover crops after small grains.
The type of cover crop planted can also play a role in helping increase yields the following growing year. (Courtesy of Cover Crop Innovators)