The purpose of our study is to test yield response and soil benefits of varying cover crop and tillage practices.
This is such a great example of so many organizations and people within those organizations working together. Each person on the team brought a skill that improved the project. We can’t wait to see the results at the end of the project.
This study included collaboration between a number of disciplines, experts and experiences. Kaitlin Gibbons – Regional Conservation Agronomist, Douglas County Conservation District, Tom Funk and Kevin Lane – Farm Operators, Justin Hamilton and Scott Purdon – Kansas Department of Wildlife Parks and Tourism, Kansas Department of Health and Environment , Natural Resources Conservation Service and Kansas Alliance for Wetlands and Streams Staff.