By: Doug Miller On: February 23, 2019 In: Soil health Comments: 0

Last December, we were sampling soils for a local customer, and the cover crops were looking good.  Although the above-ground growth is limited due to the late seeding date, the thickness of the stand is very good.  We also found that the roots were 4-5 inches deep, which is more important than foliage for soil health.

Cover crops in snow

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