Living Crop Mulch Feeds Livestock and Improves Soil Health and the Bottom Line

Thanks to Scott Elliott, ARS Office of Communications for this article. Kura clover planted between rows of corn. Photo by John Baker.

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  1. Ken Albrecht (UW-Madision) started some Kura Clover research on this system in the 1990’s including intercropping with corn. Some organic producers have also experimented with this. The hardest part is finding seed. . .

    Albrecht, K.A., R.A. Zemenchik, C.M. Boerboom and P. Pedersen. 1999. Living Mulches for Sustainable Farming in the Upper Mississippi Valley.

    https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/forage/intercropping-corn-and-kura-clover-results-demonstration/

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