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Improved soil structure, higher organic matter, suppression of blackgrass, and increased yields. These are some of the benefits to support the introduction of cover crops into the rotation and they make an appealing list to growers. However, those looking to grow cover crops need to be clear about their own objectives and be realistic about what the crops can really offer, says Strutt & Parker consultant George Badger. See also: Catch crop deadline approaching to meet EFA requirements “While there is data […]