Giant Miscanthus (Miscanthus × giganteus) is a perennial warm-season grass used for bioenergy, and is being planted on thousands of acres in Missouri and Arkansas this spring. Given the warm spring, and the high level of interest in Miscanthus this year, we have been getting lots of questions around propagation and planting.
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Heaton, Emily A. and Boersma, Nicholas N., "Is it Too Late to Dig Miscanthus for Spring Planting?" (2012). Integrated Crop Management News. 176.
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