Cover Crop References

Cambardella, C.A., Moorman, T.B. and Singer, J.W. 2010. Soil nitrogen response to coupling cover crops with manure injection. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems. 87:383-393. 

Dabney, S.M., Delgado, J.A., Meisinger, J.J., Schomberg, H.H., Liebig, M.A., Kaspar, T., Mitchell, J., Reeves, W. Using Cover Crops and Cropping Systems for Nitrogen Management. Chapter 9 in Advances in Nitrogen Management for Water Quality.  
Chapter 9 PDF

Harrigan, T. and Van Eerd, L. 2012. Building Soil Quality with an Oilseed Radish Cover Crop - Where Did the N Go? Blog post.

Hart, A. 2003. Soil Conservation of Canning Crop Fields. in Greenbook 2003, Minnesota Department of Agriculture.  PDF

Kaspar, T.C., Jaynes, D.B., Parkin, T.B., Moorman, T.B., Singer, J.W. 2012. Effectiveness of oat and rye cover crops in reducing nitrate losses in drainage water. Agricultural Water Management 110:25-33.

Kaspar, T.C., Jaynes, D.B., Parkin, T.B., Moorman, T.B. 2007. Rye cover crop and gamagrass strip effects on NO3 concentration and load in tile drainage. Journal of Environmental Quality 36:1503-1511.

Krueger, E.S., Ochsner, T.E., Porter, P.M., Baker, J.M. 2011. Winter rye cover crop management influences on soil water, soil nitrate, and corn development. Agronomy Journal 103(2):316-323.

Krueger, E.S., Ochsner, T.E., Baker, J.M., Porter, P.M., Reicosky, D.C. 2012. Rye-corn silage double-cropping reduces corn yield but improves environmental impacts. Agronomy Journal 104(4):888-896.

Krueger, E., Oschner, T., Kantar, M., Sheaffer, C., Porter, P. 2010. Growth state at harvest of a winter rye cover crop influences soil moisture and nitrogen. Online. Crop Management doi:10.1094/CM-2010-1014-01-RS.

Liesch, A.M., Krueger, E.S., Ochsner, T.E. 2011. Soil structure and physical properties under rye-corn silage double-cropping systems. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75:1307-1314.

Singer, J.W., Cambardella, C.A., Moorman, T.B. 2008. Enhancing nutrient cycling by coupling cover crops with manure injection. Agronomy Journal 100(6):1735-1739.