Area farmers see benefits of cover crops
LAKEFIELD — When Jerry Ackermann had some of his crop drown out this spring, he opted to plant purple-topped turnips and tillage radish on the prevented plant acres — the same crops he’s tried in each of the last three years to seed into fields of standing corn and soybeans to provide cover during the winter months and break up the hard layers in the soil.
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