Farmers and their innovative cover cropping techniques [DVD]. V. Grubinger. 2006. University of Vermont Extension. Funded with a grant from Northeast SARE. Available for purchase from: http://www.uvm.edu/vtvegandberry/Videos/covercropvideo.html (Verified 31 Dec 2008).
Ten farmers from five Northeastern states describe their innovations in cover cropping, including over-seeding, living mulches, summer cover crops, and cover crops for pest suppression.
Contents (links to video clips and audio text)
Hank Bissell, Lewis Creek Farm. Starksboro, VT.
- Winter Cover Crop - Hairy Vetch and Rye
- Winter Cover Crop - Hairy Vetch and Oats
- Inter-seeding Rye in Fall
Will Stevens, Golden Russett Farm. Shoreham, VT.
Cliff Hatch, Upinngill Farm. Gill, MA.
Eero Ruuttila, Nesenkeag Farm. Litchfield, NH.
- Spring Cover Crop: Field Pea and Oats
- Hairy Vetch and Rye Strips Between Crops
- Cover Crops to Suppress Potato Beetles
- Soil Spader for Incorporating Cover Crops
Lou Johns and Robin Ostfeld, Blue Heron Farm. Lodi, NY.
- Permanent Ground Cover for Wheel Tracks
- Drilled Field Peas and Broadcast Oats
- Mowing Hairy Vetch and Rye
Lou Lego, Elderberry Pond. Auburn, NY.
Lockwood 'Pooh' Sprague, Edgewater Farm. Plainfield, NH.
Bob Muth, Muth Farms. Williamstown, NJ.
Eileen Droescher, Ol' Turtle Farm. Easthampton, MA.
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