Organic No-Till Cover Cropping 4: Weed 'Em and Reap Part 2


Weed 'Em and Reap Part 2: Reduced tillage strategies for vegetable cropping systems [DVD]. A. Stone. 2006. Oregon State University Dept. of Horticulture. Corvallis, Oregon. Available at: http://www.weedemandreap.org (verified 17 Dec 2008).


Mark Schonbeck. Virginia Association for Biological Farming. Floyd, VA.

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Winter-Killed Cover Crops

Organic High Residue Reduced-Till Cover Cropping 4: Weed Em and Reap

Vegetable Variety Trials 2008. OSU Extension Series # EM 8777-08-E

OSU Vegetable Variety Trials 2008

Vegetables: beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, corn, cucumbers, greens, kohlrabi, lettuce, melons, onions and shallots, potatoes, pumpkins and gourds, radishes, spinach, squash, swiss chard, tomatoes, turnips, watermelons
Authors:  Peter Boches, Miles Barrett, Shawna Zimmerman, Deborah Kean, and Jim Myers, Oregon State University


Overwintered Spinach Variety Trial, 1981-1982

In northern states, spinach is normally planted in early spring for late spring harvest or in late summer for autumn harvest. Spring plantings are often limited by the difficulty of working cold, wet soils and many varieties bolt in the long daylengths and increasing temperatures of late spring. Autumn crops must be established during periods of very high soil temperature and low soil moisture and require frequent irrigation.