The Wood Soil and Water Conservation District is announcing a prevent plant cover crop program for cost share on cover crops. Producers who were unable to plant their corn or soybeans should contact the district about adding cover crops to their fields. Kris Swartz, Wood SWCD board supervisor, thinks cover crops are the clear winner for the situation. Cover crops are a good agronomic practice; they hold the soil and nutrients that have already been applied. Cover crops support the soil health initiative as well.
Follow Wood Soil & Water Conservation District on Facebook, go to www.woodswcd.com, visit the district office at 1616 E. Wooster St. Suite 32 Bowling Green, OH, or call 419-354-5517#4 for assistance in selecting cover crops and enrolling in the program.