Farmers who planted cover crops in 2020 are eligible for a premium benefit from most crops insurance policies, as part of the Pandemic Cover Crop Program, offered by USDA’s Risk Management Agency.
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This week, Emma de Long shares how Kneehigh Farm’s tomatoes and cover crops are coming along.
As students prepare to graduate and think about their future careers in agriculture, here are nine pieces of advice to help guide them on their journey.
Grazing your cover crops is an opportunity for added profit, but soil compaction can quickly become an issue if you’re not careful.
Eastern U.S. farmland may not have to worry about the windstorms plaguing the Midwest, but soil erosion is still a threat. Here's how to manage it.
Columnist Leon Ressler discusses burndown herbicide suggestions for fields that are adjacent to sensitive crops such as vineyards or specialty crops.
Columnist Leon Ressler discusses timing, weather and burndown products best suited for burning down weeds and cover crops.
A Lancaster Farming reader discusses the importance of sustainable agricultural practices in cattle farming.
Building up organic matter in your soil will allow asparagus roots to grow deep, keeping the plant producing year after year.