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Cover Crop Field Day 2022

Event Details


September 9, 2022


12:30pm - 2pm


Providence Farm Collective
5701 Burton Road
Orchard Park , NY 14127


Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Program

Katelyn Miller

Three cover crop plots consisting of sorghum sudangrass, teff, and buckwheat were seeded in mid-July, and this field day will evaluate their performance to date and provide the opportunity to

-  Walk through the test plots of sorghum sudangrass, teff, and buckwheat

-  Learn from experts about integrating these crops into your system for:

      o Diversifying your cropping system

      o Weed suppression in-between crops

      o  Soil health

      o  Value as a livestock feed

-  Connect with other local farmers looking to use these cover crops

1.5 CCA credits are available. 

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