Last week I posted a video on the subject of growing corn in a living mulch in Georgia. This video covers a similar topic, but with a different legume and a different environment. In the first part of the video I cover some of Ken Albrecht’s (University of Wisconsin) work on growing corn in a living mulch in Wisconsin. In this case, however, the legume species is kura clover (a little-known clover that spreads by rhizomes) rather than white clover (which spreads by stolons). Because this was delivered to a different audience than Nick Hill’s initial presentation, I also included some of his video in that presentation. The result is poor audio for the second part of the video. If you get to that portion of the video and want to see Dr. Nick Hill’s talk in its entirety, you can click the link at the top of the video or you can find the presentation below (agronomator.com).