Late summer can provide a window of opportunity to seed perennial forage legumes and grasses, whether you want to establish a new forage crop or need to fill in bare and thin spots in an existing forage stand. To help improve the chances for a successful late summer seeding of forages, consider the following.
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Lang, Brian J.; Anderson, Meaghan J. B.; and Vittetoe, Rebecca K., "Planning a Late Summer Perennial Forage Seeding?" (2020). Integrated Crop Management News. 2646.
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