Cover Crops

The use of cover crops has been around for years. We've been providing them for nearly 50 years. A renewed worldwide interest has let to an increased use of traditional options including: grains, peas, clover, annual grasses, and many more. Additionally, farmers and researchers are providing new species, selections out of traditional species, and combinations. 

The Advantages of Coated Grasses and Legume Seed for Cover Crops tells more about why coating and proper inoculation can help ensure successful cover cropping. For dealer and purchase information contact us using our online form. To obtain additional general information visit our resource library.


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Annual Ryegrass

Annual ryegrass is a popular cover crop in parts of the Midwest. It is fast establishing, good for grazing and supresses weeds.

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Buckwheat has the reputation of being the fastest growing cover crop.

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Crimson Clover

Crimson clover is a dependable, high-yielding annual clover that is easy to establish.

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Daikon Radish

Using deep-rooted Daikon Radish as a cover crop is a great way to address many issues in soil.

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Vetch is a winter annual legume used as a cover-crop in everything from orchards to field and vegetable crops.

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Winter Field Pea

Lynx and Windham winter peas have better winter survivability and virus resistance.