Q&A:  How soon after a freeze is it safe to graze Johnsongrass?

Q&A:  How soon after a freeze is it safe to graze Johnsongrass?

Dr. Jerry Volesky, Associate Professor of Agronomy, West Central Research & Extension Center – North Platte, North Platte, NE

Like other grasses in the sorghum family, Johnsongrass can accumulate nitrates and develop prussic acid. The nitrates are usually not a problem in the open pasture situation.

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