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Re: rejuvenate pasture

Postby Eugene » Thu Feb 01, 2018 11:58 am

There are a couple of seminars on pasture rotation and types of grasses currently being offered in central Missouri.

Daily, spend some time on the internet and reading local news papers looking for local classes/seminars on agriculture practices.
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Re: rejuvenate pasture

Postby Eugene » Thu Feb 01, 2018 6:16 pm

Broomsedge bluestem, I have a problem with Broom Sedge on several sections of the pasture, side hills. The soil is mostly clay and rocks. Lacking nutrients.

The plan to help eliminate the sedge grass, fertilize with spreader and have the tenant spread turkey residue/crap/feces on the broom sedge areas

The process will take several year to bring the soil up to snuff.
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