I’ve toyed around with throw & mow for planting grain and clover with mixed success. I’m hoping to try the same with dedicated brassica plots planted in mid to late July and am hoping to plant into the previous fall’s rye/clover. My thought is to find a way to facilitate crop rotation with less tillage. My intent is to spray, seed and roll with the cultipacker (as opposed to mowing). Depending on the gly kill, I might be forced to spray again. I’m hoping that rolling would break the rye stems and assist in seed/soil contact. Anyone tried this approach? Any opinion on rolling vs mowing. Any sense that rye’s propensity to discourage weed growth might impact brassica germination? Because my last frost date is so late, planting into rolled buckwheat isn’t an option.