Could undervine cover crops work in warmer and drier conditions?

… the challenge of maintaining profitability without impacting on soil health was often seen as insurmountable in warmer regions.


A growing body of research demonstrates that planting undervine cover crops to reduce weeds can benefit soil health and possibly soil temperature – but the practice can be challenging in warmer and drier conditions. Now, a new research project in the...

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