Sod/Livestock-Based Peanut/Cotton Production System: Why We Recommend It!
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Katsvairo, Tawainga W., David L. Wright, James J. Marois, D. Hartzog, P. J. Wiatrak, and Jimmy R. Rich. 2006. “Sod/Livestock-Based Peanut/Cotton Production System: Why We Recommend It! SS-AGR-126/AG258, 7/2006”. EDIS 2006 (14). Gainesville, FL.


SS-AGR-126, a 4-page fact sheet by T. W. Katsvairo, D. L. Wright, J. J. Marois, D. Hartzog, P. J. Wiatrak and J. R. Rich, recommends a four year sod-based rotation system in place of the traditional two year peanut/cotton rotation. Includes a conceptual model of benefits accruing from integrated livestock peanut/cotton farming systems and their interactions. Published by the UF Department of Agronomy, July 2006.

SS-AGR-126/AG258: Sod/Livestock-Based Peanut/Cotton Production System: The Next Generation Conservation Cropping System (
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