Cover Crop Interseeder
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Mon Jan 12, 2015 10:22 AM CST

Innovation comes from many different sources and this would certainly apply to advances in modern farm equipment. While many new technologies come from the major farm equipment manufacturers, some ideas do come from other places.

With cover crops becoming popular with farmers in recent years, researchers at Penn State University (PSU) tried to find the most efficient way to plant cover crops in an existing crop. The Penn State Interseeder just might be the way.

Since 2010, researchers have been trying to produce an efficient way of seeding cover crops. Before creating their own seeder, PSU researchers experimented with aerial ...

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