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Frost Seeding Now For a Better Pasture This Summer

By   /  February 6, 2017  /  1 Comment

Its a good time of year to get the seeds on the ground so they have enough time to get into the soil and won’t be eaten by other critters.

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Frost seeding in Vermont. If you click on the picture you can actually see some flakes flying. Frost
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Genevieve provides forage and cover crop research and marketing support for King's AgriSeeds Inc. in Lancaster County, PA. She has also worked on organic vegetable farms and as an intern in agricultural field trials at the Rodale Institute.

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  1. Curt Gesch says:

    We’re conducting a workshop on “renovation of worn-out sheep pastures” mostly for small flock owners. One of seeds we use for compaction problems is a small amount of yellow-blossom Norgold (low- or no-coumarin) sweet clover in the mix with red clover, trefoil and one grass. We find very little information about sweet clover and sheep: are there any problems with them grazing small amounts of it?

    Thank you for any help you can offer.
    Curt Gesch

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