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Rye that has been rolled down. Cover crops provide natural disease suppression.

Mitch Lazenby, of Lazenby Farms, discusses soil health stewardship. Lazenby has been farming in Lee County for more than 25 years. He began intensively managing crop land through conservation practices in 1996.

Lazenby said he uses cover crops, as well as upland storage projects with water run-off and irrigation management practices on his operation. Learn more about Lazenby Farms’ use of cover crops in this edition of Alabama Soil Health Stewards with Mitch Lazenby.