Texas Cover Crops: Researchers Focus on Regional Differences Jan 18, 2022

    🕔Jan 18, 2022
    While cover crops benefits are proven, Texas A&M AgriLife scientists are finding one size does not fit all relating to their use in the semi-arid regions of the state. What works […]

    Livestock Forage: Put a Cover Crop in the Mix – DTN Jan 5, 2022

    🕔Jan 5, 2022
    There’s no question cover crops can do a lot of great things for the soil, but as livestock producers try to put a dollar figure to the practice it’s often […]

    Texas Rolling Plains Wheat: Double-Cropping, Longer-Term Cover Crop Options Sep 14, 2018

    🕔Sep 14, 2018
    Double cropping may be another consideration for producers who have used cover crops in wheat systems within the Rolling Plains, according to an ongoing Texas A&M AgriLife Research study. Dr. […]

    Texas: Rolling Plains Conservation Field Tour, Vernon, Aug. 29 Aug 13, 2018

    🕔Aug 13, 2018
    The Rolling Plains field tour, Practices to Improve Soil Health and Soil/Water Conservation, will be hosted Aug. 29 by Texas A&M AgriLife at Vernon and the U.S. Department of Agriculture […]

    Texas Cotton: More Mature Cover Crops Help Maintain Residue Longer Sep 4, 2017

    🕔Sep 4, 2017
    Often producers planting cover crops are worried about moisture use, but more important is the longevity of the crop residue and its beneficial results, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Research […]

    Texas Cotton: Hold the Water – Wait Until Flowering to Irrigate, Says Study Sep 1, 2017

    🕔Sep 1, 2017
    Almost five years of data indicate producers can save as much as 40 percent of their water on a cotton crop by better timing their irrigation, according to a Texas […]


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