You've done all you can to help them grow, now think about destroying them!
Known for their agronomic assets, cover crops are often necessary in order to cope with environmental issues. Although there are known solutions for planting them, they are often difficult to destroy.
Cover crops can be killed before or after sowing the following crop.
Glyphosphate weedkiller is the most commonly used means of killing, whether for planted cover, weeds or regrowth. On the other hand, it is increasingly criticized because of its environmental impact. In some cases, it is even prohibited for use in killing cover crops. Mechanical killing is the alternative, but here also there are different choices to be made to reconcile efficiency - feasibility and profitability.