Soybeans being drilled into the cereal rye cover crop
Water run off in a continuous no-till field with a cereal rye cover crop
Annual Rye Grass drilled after soybean harvest, this field has had running water over it from storms and notice the soil held in tact
where the rye grass is, and see where the drill was stopped up how erosion took place
Cereal Rye drilled after harvest, notice the taller rye on the left and the right side of the picture, this is an example of the cereal rye taking up the unused nitrogen
Bounty Annual Rye Grass fall seeded, note the striping in the field where the annual rye grass captured the unused nitrogen
Water run off along side a conventional tilled field
Cereal Rye inter-seeded into standing corn before the corn is harvested
Cereal Rye Inter-seeded into standing corn before the corn is harvested
Earthworm activity in a clover seed production field
Corn planted into Bounty Annual Ryegrass
Cereal Rye being sprayed before planting soybeans.
The sprayer being used has a full 6 foot clearance, note the height of the cereal rye.
Cereal Rye being sprayed right before planting soybeans.
A field of Cereal Rye after soybeans have been planted with a drill
Soybeans being drilled into a Cereal Rye field
Soybeans being drilled into Cereal Rye
Field of Soybeans planted into Cereal Rye
Soybeans drilled into Cereal Rye, notice the dense cereal rye straw residue covering the ground protecting it from erosion,