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Cover crops in nitrogen’s Circle of Life

A circle of life—and nitrogen—is playing out in farms across the United States. And researchers are trying to get the timing right. Some cover crops, such as hairy vetch or cereal rye, are not grown to be eaten. Instead, they capture nutrients, including nitrogen, from previous crops, the air and the soil. When cover crops decompose, these nutrients are released. Cash crops[Read More...]

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