Soybean Relative Maturity, Not Row Spacing, Affected Interseeded Cover Crops Biomass – Hans Kandel, Dulan Samarappuli, Kory Johnson and Marisol Berti – Agriculture 2021

Winter camelina can be utilized as a cover crop interseeded into soybean to follow a wheat crop the next growing season. However, biomass production and soil cover by camelina are probably not enough to keep the soil from blowing away. Future research should investigate if there is an economic benefit of adding camelina as a cover crop into soybean.

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