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Clover Cover Crop – Mow Before Tilling?

Q: Last fall we planted red clover in our raised beds. This is the first time we have planted a cover crop. Your web page recommends mowing the clover in spring. It will be impossible to mow since it’s a raised bed. Can we just till in the whole plant or do I need to […]
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