​​​Incorporating Cover Crops in East MS

March 2018 | 11 min., 42 sec.
by Jack Huerkamp
Lampe Partnership

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​This presentation offers a detailed account of experiences related to the use of cover crops from a grower's perspective. The author outlines both positive and negative experiences with respect to cover crop use in a pure clay soil environment.

About the Presenter

Jack HuerkampJack Huerkamp grew up a farm boy in Macon, Mississippi, the prairie section of Mississippi. He has a BS degree in Agricultural Economics from Mississippi State University. Having always farmed, he has become passionate about improving soils and soil health through cover crops and reduced tillage. He now farms with his son, Brandon, raising cotton, corn, and some catfish.​

Contact Information:
Email: herkyc@att.net


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