Especially with less than normal summer precipitation many farmers have found themselves short of grass pasture through the summer months. Using more warm season grasses, especially big bluestem and eastern gamagrass, will provide good quick forage during the summer months. Switchgrass and Indiangrass are also commonly used, however, switchgrass matures earlier and palatability is somewhat less. Caucasian bluestem is also a good choice for warm season forage.
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Tim Mundorf, CPAg walks you through taking a grid soil sample. Tools you will need for sampling: Grid Sampling Software Plastic 5-gallon bucket Soil Probe – marked for appropriate depth for consistency Midwest Labs soil sample bags Sharpie or another permanent marker Questions about soil sampling? Contact client services at 402.334.7770 or contact your accountREAD MORE
Compaction can have many effects on soil. While a compacted condition can be naturally occurring, management is the cause of most compaction.READ MORE
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