Early spring seeding method improves soil health, yields - Winona Post > Article

“Normally, seeding in the first week of March is pretty crazy,” Mike said. But Mike was trying something new. He was frost seeding : scattering cover-crop seeds just as the soil is beginning to thaw. There was still snow on the ground as Mike drove around with an air seeder, blowing frosty burseem clover and winter cereal rye seeds on top of the snow. When the snow melts, the freeze-thaw cycle will heave the ground and bury the seeds shallowly, ready to start growing as soon as the soil warms



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