[Market-farming] Legume Cover Crops and Green Manure

Joyce Paski elderberrywine4u at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 14 08:52:47 EDT 2005

If you go to www.sare.org you can view the Managing Cover Crops booklet online.  There is a nice chart and info sections on various cover crops/green manures.  Looks like subterranean clovers might be your best bet.  There is one type listed -- T. calcycinum -- that only needs 12 inches/yr of water.  Good luck. 
TxBeeFarmer HotPop <txbeefarmer at hotpop.com> wrote: 

I need suggestions for legume based, green manure/cover crops on my 
vegetable garden this Fall , Winter, and Spring. The garden covers 2 acres 
with sandy loam soil. Rainfall averages 18 inches/yr.and is in west Texas 
zone 7b. No irrigation is available.



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