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  1. January 2018

  2. February 2018

  3. March 2018

  4. April 2018
    CoverCress research fields, April 2018 video
  5. May 2018
  6. June 2018

  7. July 2018

  8. August 2018

  9. September 2018
    CoverCress is planted by aerial seeding into standing corn in September.
  10. October 2018
    In October, CoverCress seeds have germinated
    and young seedlings are efficiently making their way through no-tilled soil.
  11. November 2018
    Seedlings develop into compact rosettes with fibrous roots and continue growing until soil temperatures drop in winter.
  12. December 2018

  13. January 2019
    CoverCress rosettes are resilient to low temperatures, overwintering during cold seasons.
  14. February 2019

  15. March 2019
    As temperatures increase, CoverCress continues to grow, developing a central stem and multiple branches originating from the base of the plant.
  16. April 2019
    Follow the Crop -
         Early flowering video

    CoverCress fields -
         Early maturing video

    CoverCress fields -
         Aerial view video
  17. May 2019
    It is Harvest Time!
  18. June 2019

  19. July 2019

  20. August 2019

  21. September 2019
    CoverCress is planted over harvested corn using broadcast seed and standard tillage practices.
  22. October 2019

  23. November 2019

  24. December 2019

 

 

 

 

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