How cover crops changed this southwest Iowa farm06/10/2020 | Crop Production Research, Soil Health, Water Quality, Economics, Video News
The Gaessers knew they had to do something when four inches of rain fell on their land in just one hour. When terraces and no-till weren't good enough, they turned to cover crops. Now benefiting from less runoff and erosion, they can plant earlier in the year and profit from higher quality soil.
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