Start Date

29-11-2007 12:00 AM

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The majority of the 'pasture questions' that I receive as Extension Forage Specialist deal with the various aspects of pasture improvement, renovation, and establishing new pasture areas. A few of these kinds of questions are now coming from otherwise good pasture managers as well, who are planting more corn and soybeans and are looking for ways to maintain or increase the productivity of the remaining pasture acres. Some of the most practical ways to boost pasture production are fertilization, overseeding, and improved grazing management.

DOI

https://doi.org/10.31274/icm-180809-875

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Nov 29th, 12:00 AM

Boosting Pasture Production

The majority of the 'pasture questions' that I receive as Extension Forage Specialist deal with the various aspects of pasture improvement, renovation, and establishing new pasture areas. A few of these kinds of questions are now coming from otherwise good pasture managers as well, who are planting more corn and soybeans and are looking for ways to maintain or increase the productivity of the remaining pasture acres. Some of the most practical ways to boost pasture production are fertilization, overseeding, and improved grazing management.

 

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