The purpose of the program is to promote and refine the use of multi-species cover crops in North Carolina, supporting the national Soil Health Initiative.
Demonstration sites are being established to show producers that a diverse mixture of cover crop species can be planted in a timely manner, allowed to grow and accumulate biomass and nitrogen, and be terminated without tillage.
Investments to date = $424,000 plus in-kind services!
The Foundation is partnering with the following Districts on the project in 2018/19;
More project results will be posted at a later date.
Field Date Events - Check back for additional events in fall 2018. If you would like to receive email announcements send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
RESCHEDULED! November 19, 2018 Nash Conservation District's Soil Health Field Day to be held at 7637 Harris Road, Bailey NC 27807. The event focuses on diverse cover crops and highlights comments from Buz Kloot and Russell Hendrick. RSVP by November 14 to 252.459.4116 ext 3. Project supporters & partners include Cotton Inc, Southern SARE, USDA, and NC State University. Click Here for a Flier and Click Here for an Agenda