Cover Crops Can Triple the Amount of Earthworms in Soil

Cover crops are lauded for their ability to recharge the soil. The most well-known benefit of using a cover crop—often a legume planted off-season—is in lending more nitrogen to the soil. And that’s vital, but there are more indicators and elements to healthy soil than just nitrogen. A new study from Cranfield University, in the … Continue reading Cover Crops Can Triple the Amount of Earthworms in Soil