Georgia Farmer Barry Martin Shares His Perspective on Cover Crops

Barry Martin is a Hawkinsville, Ga., farmer who plants peanuts, cotton, corn, soybeans, wheat and grain sorghum, and uses strip till. He plants a cover crop in large part to control weeds, such as the herbicide-resistant Palmer amaranth. “A good cover of rye seems to prevent its germination,” he says. Learn more (watch the video).

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