Anyone who’s attended a Kerr Center horticulture workshop in the last umpteen years has been exposed to the idea that crop rotations confer numerous benefits both on the soils they’re carried out on, and on the crops that grow in those soils. Studies hot off the academic presses have just added more support to the notion.
How We Converted Bermuda Pasture to Organic Vegetables
This fact sheet describes, step by step, the process of using a sorghum-sudangrass cover crop to suppress bermuda grass for the establishment of vegetable fields.
Author: Kerr Center staff
This publication has been archived. Please see “Market Farming with Rotations and Cover Crops: An Organic Bio-Extensive System,” which supersedes it.