Emergency Alternative Crops for South Texas

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

When hail, drought, flooding, or untimely freezes destroy an established crop, planting an emergency alternative crop may be the producer's only hope for a profitable season. This publication helps producers determine which alternative crop is the best choice. Details are provided on soybeans, various types of peas, alyce clover, sorghum, and other crops. (6 pages)

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