Local farmers weigh benefits, costs of cover crops

By MICHAEL BANKS / THE PRESS REGISTER,

While some Coahoma County farmers are still taking their first, tentative steps with planting cover crops, at least one farming operation across the river has seen success with the innovative approach to growing.

 
 
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