6 Types of Covercrops to Protect Your Garden in the Winter

Learn what covercrops you can grow in the Fall to protect your veggie garden from harsh winters and increase vegetable yields in future years.

Download this free resource where we help you decide which winter covercrops make the most sense for your garden, what growing conditions they need and which ones will improve soil health and plant health.

Covercrops add nutrients to the soil

Covercrops
add nutrients
to the soil

Cover crops help retain nutrients, reduce nutrient loss from heavy rain and snowfall and also adds new nutrients to your garden soils.

Reduces soil compaction over the winter

Reduces
soil compaction over the winter

Rain and snow over the winter can cause the collapse of our soil structure and thus cause compaction of our soil. Covercrops help keep the soil structure intact so you have loose and healthy soil to plant in the following year.

Bigger & abundant vegetable yield the following year

Bigger & abundant vegetable yield the following year

Cover crops help with the health of our soil by feeding soil organisms, maintaining soil structure, increasing water flow, adding nutrients- all of which increase yield in your garden the following year.

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6 Types of Covercrops to Protect Your Garden in the Winter