Sorghum-Sudangrass Cover Crop for Subtropical Soil Health
Down in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas, Hilltop Gardens Farm Manager Andy Cruz discusses using sorghum-sudangrass as a cover crop in subtropical climates. Andy explains how to plant sorghum-sudangrass, its benefits, and how it positively affects the soil health on the farm. This video is part of NCAT’s Subtropical Soil Health Initiative funded by USDA NRCS Conservation Innovation Grant #69-3A75-17-281.
For more on cover crop use in subtropical climates, read the NCAT publication: Cover Crop Options for Hot and Humid Areas