Winter canola

Upright winter annual broadleaf that grows 3-5 feet tall. Has narrow leaves, yellow flowers, a strong taproot, and fibrous lateral roots.

Managing Cover Crop Profitably Book CoverBrassicas & mustards overview: Managing Cover Crops Profitably (SARE Handbook Series Book 9) by Andy Clark (2007, 3rd ed.)


Cover Cropping for Pollinators and Beneficial Insects

Eric Lee-Mader, Anne Stine, Jarrod Fowler, Jennifer Hopwood and Mace Vaughanby – Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation with contributions from the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service August 2017 Cover Cropping for Pollinators… Show more

Cover Crops and Pollinators

Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Cover Crops and Pollinators Source link here. Show more

North Dakota State University – Variety Trial Results

2016 Here are the latest Variety Trial Results from around North Dakota Scroll through the pages or search to find the cover/cash crop of interest Show more

Grazing Management: Toxic Plants (Cover Crops)

Jaymelynn Farney, Doug Shoup, Dave Rethorst DVM, Dale Blasi, John Holman – Kansas State University February 2016 Grazing Management: Toxic Plants (Cover Crops) Source link here. Show more

Making the Most of Mixtures: Considerations for Winter Cover Crops in Temperate Climates

Charlie White, Mary Barbercheck, Tianna DuPont, Denise Finney, Abbe Hamilton, Dave Hartman, Mena Hautau, Jermaine Hinds, Mitch Hunter, Jason Kaye, and James LaChance – Pennsylvania State University 2015 Making the… Show more

Cover Crops for Vegetable Growers

Charles W. Marr, Rhonda Janke, Paul Conway – Kansas State University November 1998 Cover Crops for Vegetable Growers Source link here. Show more