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by Raju from India

Generally we grow soybeans in rainy season. We simply scattere seeds in natural ground cover and after germination we cut back cover and spread it over germinating soybean. Small seedlings tempered by feet will not damaged by feet. We grow wheat in winter, same way in the ground cover of subabul seedlings we scatter seeds of wheat and sprinkle water for germination ,after germination we cut back seedlings of subabul .This is also possible in the cover of soybean. In the leguminous ground cover non legume crops do well, and in the grass leguminous crops such as soybean do well.