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Winter Frost-Seeding For Better Summer Pastures

By   /  January 29, 2018  /  1 Comment

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Frost seeding in Vermont. If you click on the picture you can actually see some flakes flying. From
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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. Charles Taplin says:

    I have worked with frost-seeding for 33 years and this is a excellent article. The one thing I have told people over the years is “some years you look great, some years you don’t”
    but don’t give up just keep doing it. I was told that 30+ years ago by a farmer who had been doing frost-seeding 40 years and his father before him. He had the best fields and pastures I had ever seen also they had not turned over any pastures in 60 years.

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