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In our region of the Southern Great Plains, we basically grow forage during the spring and fall, corresponding to our seasonal rainfall pattern. We are typically short on forage during the winter and...
Across the United States, introduced and invasive plant species have displaced and replaced many native plant species. These plants are spreading across the landscape primarily due to human...
Data and comments from Year 1 of a cow-calf study as part of Forage 365.
There are several management practices that can be implemented to ensure pasture recovery and additional reserves.
The spring growing season is at hand. Therefore, it is time to develop management plans for our warm season pastures.
Be flexible, proactive and have a mindset of year-long forage flow in addition to seasonal grazing.
The vast majority of the winter pasture in the Southern Great Plains is wheat. There are many reasons for this, including culture, the opportunity to harvest and sell grain, and government and insurance programs.
The window of opportunity to plant summer annual forages is at hand while it is closing for most perennial warm-season forages. It is usually recommended that perennials be planted by mid-May.
There are many varieties of bermudagrass, and they respond to nitrogen fertilizer in different ways. A research study was conducted to see if fertilizer could be used more efficiently by fertilizing different varieties to their optimum response rate.
Native grass plantings are of increased interest to producers. The pros relative to introduced perennial pasture grasses are noteworthy.