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We've Got You Covered: A Guide to Cover Crops

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20 comments

  • Ken Jul 17, 2020

    Are these cover crops edible?


  • Lowell Green May 24, 2020

    I would like to know if cover crops are beneficial to growing a healthy lawn. I laid down some grass sod about 2 years ago and now the soil seems to be drying out, the grass is dying. When I first put it down a lot of weeds began sprouting up. I pulled them all up. I was told that the growers use those what I was calling weeds to help bring up the grass. This almost sound like they were being used as a cover crop. I hope my question is not confusing. I hope that someone can help me out.

    Thank You
    Lowell Green


  • ALIDA Sep 23, 2019

    we have a small garden in southern California, our soil is dry clay and very hard. We get the rain once or twice a year, usually February or March sometimes in November.
    we would like to improve our soil with cover crops.
    can you please recommend what seeds we need to plant
    thanks
    Alida


  • Betty Sep 23, 2019

    Remove me from mail list!!


  • Chris Knudsen Miner Aug 29, 2019

    Having trouble with cilantro and parsley micro green. Soaked overnight and tried growing in both soil and the growing mat. No or little growth. Any recommendations


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