Midwest Cover Crops Field Guide, 3rd Edition

Project Type: Professional Development Program
Funds awarded in 2020: $90,000.00
Projected End Date: 09/30/2023
Grant Recipient: Purdue University
Region: North Central
State: Indiana
Project Coordinator:
Kladivko Eileen
Purdue University
Anna Morrow
Purdue University
The Midwest Cover Crops Field Guide is designed to be an in-field reference for cover crops. This guide provides general guidelines for the Midwest region. The guide serves as a reference for cover crop selection, establishment, and management.
Barry Fisher, IN NRCS (retired)
Corey Gerber, Purdue University
Keith Johnson, Purdue University
Eileen Kladivko, Purdue University
Anna Morrow, Midwest Cover Crops Council
John Obermeyer, Purdue University
Robert Swihart, Purdue University
Dean Baas, Michigan State University
Marisol Quintanilla, Michigan State University
Sita Thapa, Michigan State University
Tom Kaspar, USDA-ARS (retired)
Alison Robertson, Iowa State University
Sarah Noggle, The Ohio State University
Kelley Tilmon, The Ohio State University
Curtis Young, The Ohio State University
Christine Brown, Ontario Ministry of Ag, Food, and Rural Affairs
Peter Johnson, Real Agriculture
Kristine McNaughton, University of Guelph-Ridgetown
Darren Robinson, University of Guelph-Ridgetown
E. Anne Verhallen, Ontario Ministry of Ag, Food, and Rural Affairs
Matt Ruark, University of Wisconsin
Kevin Bradley, University of Missouri
Charles Ellis, University of Missouri
Marisol Berti, North Dakota State University
Kirk Howatt, North Dakota State University
Joseph Ikley, North Dakota State University
Michael Ostlie, North Dakota State University
DeAnn Presley, Kansas State University
Peter Tomlinson, Kansas State University
Gary Lesoing, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Nathan Johanning, University of Illinois
Target audiences:
Farmers/Ranchers; Educators
Ordering info:
The Education Store
301 S. 2nd Street
Lafayette, IN 47901
Publication/product ID: ID-433
Cost: $6.00
This product is associated with the project "Enhancing Cover Crop Training in the North Central Region"
Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the U.S. Department of Agriculture or SARE.