Cover Crops

Cover crops are plants grown in agricultural fields during periods when the main crop is not being grown. They are used to improve soil health and fertility, reduce erosion, and suppress weeds. Cover crops can also increase biodiversity, provide habitat for beneficial insects and other wildlife, and help to mitigate climate change by sequestering carbon in the soil. Popular cover crops include legumes, grasses, and brassicas. Overall, cover cropping is an effective and sustainable agricultural practice that can provide multiple benefits to farmers, the environment, and society.

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