Cover Crop Establishment and Maintenance in Oklahoma

Danny Davis


I feel the most important part of using cover crops in cotton production is convincing yourself you really want to do it and committing to a different type of production system. It is not just the physical act of planting and raising a cover crop, but coming to a conclusion in your own mind that it is good for you and your operation as a whole. Questions for consideration prior to committing to using cover crops in your operation include: 1) Is the extra work worth the benefit? 2) What are the potential risks? 3) How is this system going to change the way you have always produced cotton?

Reprinted from Proceedings of the 1994 Beltwide Cotton Conferences pg. 99
©National Cotton Council, Memphis TN

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