November 16 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm EST
Join the Southeast Organic Center’s Research Director to learn about the benefits of cover cropping on soil health and the soil microbial community. Cover crops are known for reducing soil compaction, increasing infiltration, and feeding the soil microbial community via root exudates. Dr. Wendelberger will explain how this process works and how cover crops can help you improve your overall soil health.
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