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Title

 

FS01Using a Black Oat Winter Cover Crop for the Lower Southeastern Coastal Plain

FS02Valor - A Residual Herbicide for Weed Control in Conservation Tillage Cotton Systems

FS03Modifying Equipment for High-Residue Systems

FS04aCover Crops for the Southeast - Introduction

FS04bCover Crops for the Southeast - Winter Wheat

FS04cCover Crops for the Southeast - Lupin

FS04dCover Crops for the Southeast - Mustards

FS04eCover Crops for the Southeast - Crimson Clover

FS04fCover Crops for the Southeast - Winter Pea

FS04gCover Crops for the Southeast - Hairy Vetch

FS04hCover Crops for the Southeast - Sunn Hemp

FS04iCover Crops for the Southeast - Cereal Rye

FS04jCover Crops for the Southeast - Black Oat

FS04kCover Crops for the Southeast - Buckwheat

FS04lCover Crops for the Southeast - White Clover

FS04mCover Crops for the Southeast - Red Clover

FS04nCover Crops for the Southeast - Cover Crop Sources

FS04oCover Crops for the Southeast - Costs

FS04pCover Crops for the Southeast - Cowpea

FS04qCover Crops for the Southeast - Radish

FS04rCover Crops for the Southeast - Canola/Rapeseed

FS04sCover Crops for the Southeast - Sorghum-sudangrass

FS04tCover Crops for the Southeast - Velvet Bean

FS05Cover Crops for Biofuel?

FS06Improved Water Use and Storage

FS07Rollers for Terminating Cover Crops

FS08Nitrogen from Legume Cover Crops

FS09Vegetable Transplanter for High Residue Systems

FS10A Roller/Crimper for Walk-Behind Tractors

 FS11Termination of Cover Crops: Management Considerations for the Subsequent Cash Crop

 FS12Cover Crop Management for No-till Vegetables: Cantaloupe


Last Modified: 8/13/2016
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