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Winter wheat planting up in Ohio, Pennsylvania in 2023
More land planted in winter wheat in Ohio than there has been in a decade, and it is the most winter wheat planted in Pennsylvania since the 1970s.
Columbiana County farm experiments with drone seeding
An Ohio farm used a drone to seed cereal rye into standing corn as part of an experiment to see the best way to get cover crop seed planted in the fall.
Aerial cover crop seeding Sept. 7 in Ashland Co.
Ashland County residents will see low-flying planes across Ashland County Sept. 7 as part of Ashland SWCD's aerial cover crop seeding program.
How to plant a cover crop in your vegetable garden
Planting cover crops during late summer and early fall can improve your garden soil between growing seasons. Learn what to plant and how to plant it.
Now could be a great window of opportunity for cover crops
Right now offers a tremendous chance to build your soil and scavenge some nutrients by planting cover crops. Learn more about establishing a good rotation.
Cover crops can have some big advantages for dairy producers
Cover crops can be beneficial to most dairy farms, providing additional forage options, reducing erosion and runoff, improving soil health and more.
Cover crops: What are they, why care?
Cover crops also protect the soil from erosion, reduce soil compaction and provide a natural means of suppressing soil diseases and pests.
Interseeding can help farmers plant cover crops and harvest cash crops
New strategies like interseeding can relieve the time crunch farmers feel during harvest and help them make sure a cover crop is in the ground in the fall.
Holmes Co. aerial cover crop program takes off
Holmes County's aerial cover crop program saves farmers money and helps stop erosion and retain moisture and nutrients in the soil.
North Carolina farmer shares no-till lessons at summer field day
Zeb Winslow III shared his journey and missteps into no-till farming at the Pennsylvania No-Till Alliance Summer Field Day on July 24.