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Permalink Cultivation and Weed Control in Organic Systems Field Day

June 7, 2018
Lexington, Kentucky

The Organic Association of Kentucky and the University of Kentucky (UK) Department of Horticulture and Center for Crop Diversification for this field day overview of the mechanical and cultural controls used on the 30-acre UK Organic Farming Unit. Participants will see the entire weed-control system while gaining a deeper understanding of how to combine strategies to effectively control weeds, including crop rotation, cover cropping, mulching, bed preparation, stale seedbed cultivation, scale-appropriate cultivating tools, and between-row and in-row cultivation. This field day is geared towards production farmers and will highlight mid- to large-scale farm cultivation and weed control.

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