Cover crop© Tim Scrivener
As more producers include cover crops in their cropping rotations to retain nutrients and improve soil health, there has been an increased interest in broadcasting as a means of cutting costs. Broadcasting seed instead of establishing with a conventional drill or a direct drill could cover the cost of the seed itself. See also: Soil health survey kick-starts cover crop trials However, there is little data on whether broadcasting can be successful and if it is unsuitable for certain species. This […]