Easy Guide to Planting Cover Crops (to Improve Soil)

Easy Guide to Planting Cover Crops (to Improve Soil)

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Easy Guide to Planting Cover Crops (to Improve Soil) - we hope to share what cover crops are, how they benefit the soil, how we’re using them to tackle some gardening / land maintenance challenges, what types of cover crops exist out there and and how you might get started planting your own cover crop!
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One of the best things to happen to our country over the last 20 years is the explosion in home gardening and community gardening. I am so happy to see more and more people taking the reigns on food production. Whether they know it or not there is a little prepper in every home gardener. Having a source of food outside that which comes via tractor trailer is paramount to a solid food storage plan.

As we get further into these home gardens and they increase in size I think we are going to see an uptick in the various types of practices used in these gardens. We are going to see some of the best agricultural practices happening in backyards all of the country. One such situation will be the use of cover crops. This is a great article that discusses their potential and it even features a video.

Easy Guide to Planting Cover Crops (to Improve Soil)


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