Cover Crop

Summer Cover Crop Species Adapted to North-Central West Texas and Southwestern Oklahoma

United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service

Technical Note No: TX-PM-14-01 - Plant Materials Technical Note 

January 2014 

 

This PDF publication lists techincal notes about many summer cover crop species. While the title says it is about plants "Adapted to North-Central West Texas and Southwestern Oklahoma", the species listed are not limited to those areas.

A sample article:

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Winter Cover Crop Species Adapted to North-Central West Texas and Southwestern Oklahoma

United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service

Technical Note No: TX-PM-13-01 - Plant Materials Technical Note 

June 2013 

This PDF publication lists techincal notes about many winter cover crop species. While the title says it is about plants "Adapted to North-Central West Texas and Southwestern Oklahoma", the species listed are not limited to those areas.

A sample article:

Location:

Cover Crops Solutions Chart

 

Cover Crops Solutions Chart

 

Use these charts as a general guide to help you choose the best cover crop for your growing situation.

Remember that this type of chart has inherent limitations. For example, although crimson clover is marked “Tolerates mowing,” you should not mow it in mid-late spring because it needs to grow during that time in order to re-seed itself.

Published by Peaceful Valley Farm Supply, Inc.

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