Crop Rotation Study

18 Sep Crop Rotation Study

A study like no other, the University of New Hampshire is looking that the effects crop rotation is having on the Soil Microbe and the benefits this practice has on plant growth. By rotating a combination of row crops of corn, soy beans, and wheat along with two cover crops, red clover and rye, there was 33% increase in soil carbon.

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