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 – May 2018
As summer looms, David Redhage takes a look back over the Kerr Center’s three decades of involvement with SARE.
We’ve got another top-notch grazing workshop on the calendar for June 9, and we’re hoping you’ll join us. Register by June 4!
For those who lean more toward the gardening side of things, we’ve collected several resources explaining why and how to make raised beds, using everything from tractors to hand tools.
We also point to some of our extensive information on the native wildflowers that will be gracing the state during the summer months: both how to identify them, and how they support pollinators.Field Notes – May 2018 (PDF, 800 KB)