Kyle Horlings shares his soil fitness routine

 Kyle Horlings, a fourth-generation carrot and onion grower, is boosting soil health.  Since 2015, he’s been taking about 10 acres out of production to plant cover crops. 

 

Karen Davidson, editor of The Grower, goes Behind the Scenes of the December cover story titled “Soil fitness — just do it!” and chats with Kyle about why he started the practice and what benefits he’s seen in the last four years. 

 

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Publish date: 
Monday, November 25, 2019

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