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Get the details on planting corn or soybeans into CRP sod ground. Soybeans may offer fewer problems than corn. This publication is part of a series, “Conservation Reserve Program: Issues and Options series,” designed to help CRP contract holders assess the land-use options available to them when the contracts expire. The series began as a project of the Leopold Center based on research supported by the Center.
Conservation Reserve Program: Issues and Options
Iowa State University
Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture
Agriculture | Agronomy and Crop Sciences
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Kassel, Paul C. and Fawcett, James A., "Planting Corn or Soybeans into CRP Sod Ground" (2006). Extension and Outreach Publications. 55.