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Brian Wieland

Time to Think About Frost and Spring Seeding

Common frost seeding practices: Under-seeding small grains (generally red or mammoth clover) can be put on with spring nitrogen applications Thicken pastures, hay fields or waterways with grasses and/or legumes For high-traffic livestock paddocks, use grasses and/or legumes You will need to remove livestock until crops are established With row crop acres you could increase bio-mass for spring, kick start biology and provide weed suppression If you were not able to get fall cover crops on If you seeded cover crops too late in the fall, and there was not much growth or had winter kill For fall covers [...]

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