Using Cover Crops to Provide Habitat for Beneficial Insects

Using Cover Crops to Provide Habitat for Beneficial Insects

The folks at Kerr Center for Sustainable Agriculture put together this great guide to using cover crops in rotational systems as a habit for beneficial insects! This guide highlights the multi-functionality of many unconventional agriculture techniques — cover crops arent just useful for maintaining soil fertility and preventing erosion, with creativity and a little extra planning they can also attract pollinators and other beneficial insects.

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