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Interest in cover crops has increased in recent times. The discussion has occurred even more in the 2019 growing season due to widespread row crop prevent acres.

However, for growers who practice strict corn-soybean rotation, the cover crop selection options are severely limited. Because of extremely low temperatures, cover crop species do not establish, or in some cases even survive, following row crop harvest.