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Controlling Thistle and Other Noxious Weed in CRP

CRP practices often contain a diverse selection of plant species native to the area where you live. But that doesn’t mean you can let just anything grow there. As with traditional farming, weed control is an important part of establishing CRP.  Weeds can hinder seed development, not to mention prove harmful for wildlife. If they’re not dealt with immediately and effectively, …

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Converting Cool Season Pasture Grass to Native Warm Season Grass

Cool season grass has long been popular throughout much of the US where it can be found everywhere from lawns to farm fields. While cool season grass thrives in the spring and fall when temperatures are mild and moisture is prevalent, it struggles in the hot dry summer months. Native warm season grass (or NWSG), on the …

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Our CRP Reporting Services

In our last post, we discussed the thorough paperwork requirements for reporting cost–share with CRP. While CRP offers great cost-share benefits (especially with Practice Incentive Payments), stringent documenting and organization are required to receive the appropriate reimbursement in a timely manner.  Improper reporting serves as a constant setback for both landowners enrolled in CRP and the FSA offices that oversee them, creating frustration for all parties involved.  It’s no …

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Establishing Native Grasses and Forbs for CRP – Part 2: Seed Placement and Planting

Considering enrolling in CRP for native grasses and forbs? We don’t blame you. CRP not only offers competitive rates, cost-sharing reimbursement, and sign-up incentives, but planting native grass is great for both your farm and the environment as a whole. That said, if you want to successfully establish native grass on your land through CRP, …

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