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[Podcast] Growing Your Own Cover Crop Seed

Pennsylvania cover crop expert Steve Groff says that he’s learned to plant hairy vetch with cereal rye and triticale when it will be used for seed. In this podcast, Groff explains why you might want to grow your own seed. (Courtesy of Cover Crop Innovators)
Pennsylvania cover crop expert Steve Groff says that he’s learned to plant hairy vetch with cereal rye and triticale when it will be used for seed. In this podcast, Groff explains why you might want to grow your own seed. (Courtesy of Cover Crop Innovators)
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Testing Cover Crop Seed Quality

Seed quality is key to establishing a good crop — or cover crop. According to Anne Dorrance, Ohio State University pathologist, some of the percent inert, and percent weeds, and a listing of noxious weeds identified by scientific/common name and quantity found. Learn more in this story from Ohio State University Extension.
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