SD de soja dans le seigle en place et roulage 2-3 semaines après

Advantages of planting soybean into boot stage rye, and then crimping 2-3 weeks later over the emerged soybean are demonstrated in the field. Experimental yield increased 8 bushel per acre for the early planted beans versus beans planted later after crimping at anthesis stage of the rye. Planting was easier at rye boot stage before crimping as well.

Interest in organic no-till production continues to grow, not only among organic farmers but also among conventional farmers wanting to integrate cover crops and alternative weed management strategies into their farming strategies.

This video demonstrates some basic components to integrate cover crop based no-till on Wisconsin farms, as well as some specific planting modifications to make the technique more successful.

Credits : Erin Silva, Léa Vereecke, Anders Gurda ; with thanks to Jeff Moyer from the Rodale Institute

Erin Silva, Assistant Professor
Organic and Sustainable Cropping Systems Specialist
Department of Plant Pathology
University of Wisconsin-Madison
1630 Linden Dr.
Madison, WI 53706

Produced by :
Roger Schmidt, University of Wisconsin Nutrient and Pest Management Program

University of Wisconsin - College of Agricultural and Life Sciences
University of Wisconsin - Extension
copyright 2017

Recorded in 4K video

SD de soja dans un couvert de seigle vivant, en place puis roulage du couvert 2 à 3 semaines après semis.
L’un des objectifs recherchés : un semis plus précoce du soja.