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.
Field Notes – December 2018
Season’s greetings from the Kerr Center!
David Redhage starts off this issue with a review of a book on two very different visions of the future, and the men who championed them.
As usual, the balance of the December issue takes a look back at the year gone by, focusing by turns on our conservation, livestock, and horticulture programs – with some sneak peeks at what we’ll be working on in 2019.Field Notes – December 2018 (PDF, 350 KB)