Clair Keene, a researcher at The Pennsylvania State University, and her colleagues wanted to find the perfect time to crimp-kill a cover crop: grown long enough to make biomass adequate to suppress weeds, but not far enough along to make seeds.
Field Notes – January 2016
Happy new year from the Kerr Center!
We’re ringing in 2016 with a note from our new President and CEO, David Redhage – and a range of reading to help you get your farming, gardening, ranching, and/or conservation projects off to a solid, sustainable start.
In this issue, you’ll find links to updated resource lists for all aspects of native pollinator habitat conservation, pointers on organic production and certification, and an outline of the basics of grazing management.Field Notes – January 2016