The cover crop that pays.
3 Crops in 2 Years
Team & Location
A Productive Winter Crop that also Covers
September: Aerial planting
over standing corn
November: Excellent soil
coverage over winter
April: Explosive Growth
Late May: harvest with
June: No till soybeans
growing in Covercress stubble
Oil: For food and bioenergy
Meal: High protein meal
for animal feed
Covercress was developed from pennycress.
Covers and protects open soil between corn and soybean crops.
Produces an oilseed crop for food, bioenergy and cattle feed.
Fits on 30-32M acres that each year rotate from corn to soybean.
The CoverCress story in under 3 minutes!
Covercress fits on the
30-32M acres rotating to soybeans.
Take a tour of a CoverCress research field.
Covercress Seed is Processed into:
Opportunity for new, high quality food oil
Low carbon feedstock for production of renewable diesel & jet
Meal product to be used in animal feed