COVER CROPS CANADA
Introducing the process and management of cover cropping to Western Canada. We are observing the rotational, biological, nutritional, and economical benefits of use of cover cropping in grain and livestock operations to reduce production and financial risk to producers.
It’s becoming an all too familiar complaint: my soil isn’t what it used to be. Crop yields are falling, organic matter is shrinking, toxicity issues are on the rise. Weeds and pests are becoming larger and larger plagues. What is a grower or farmer to do? How can I reverse the decline in soil health?
Here at Cover Crops Canada, we’re working hard to tackle the problem of declining soil health and vitality. We want you to have the tools and skills to combat soil health issues and reverse the slow and silent drain on your soil resources. For you, the Canadian farmer, soil sustainability will become a very important focus in the near future.
One of the main ways to get on the road to renewing your soil’s health is to incorporate cover crops into your crop rotation. Cover Crops Canada is your cover crop resource for reliable, quality cover crop seed, cover crop coaching and advice, and soil health renewal.
We know that you’re very busy and you’re being bombarded with all kinds of information and statistical data about cover crops and cover crop mixes along with many other ways to improve your farming operation and productivity.
However, we invite you to stop, take a deep breath and really think about what is happening below the surface of your fields. What if the life of your soil is being slowly and silently drained away? If you’re suspicious that this is the case, if you have questions about cover crops in general, or if you just want to talk to someone about soil health give us a call today. We’d be more than delighted to assist you in utilizing what ever tools are available to restore the health of your soil.
Helping boost producer profitability and environment sustainability by strengthening soil properties by creating friendly microbial soil conditions by growing diverse crop mixtures.