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Using Cover Crop Mixes Improves Soil Health and Bottom Line

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The HAT Soil Health Podcast- How Soils Behave Under a Long-term Soil Health System

The January HAT Soil Health Podcast is now available at hoosieragtoday.com and wherever you download podcasts. We recorded this month’s program at the Fort Wayne Farm Show with Decatur, IN farmer Mike Werling and USDA-NRCS State Soil Health Specialist Stephanie McLain. We discussed many topics, including how doing a mix of cover crops will be beneficial for your soil, and how it’s a common misnomer to say that adding additional species of cover crops will always be more expensive.

McLain and Werling on Cover Crop Mixes

Download the podcast now to hear more from Werling and McLain, including how Werling uses earthworms, his so-called “soil workers”, to improve soil health on his farm.