Warm-season grass success demands planning

Warm-season grass success demands planning

Melissa Beck

Hay & Forage Grower

Historically, producers are warned that it takes two to three years to establish native warm-season grasses. Research at the USDA Plant Materials Center in Booneville, Ark., and the University of Tennessee seem to indicate this isn’t necessarily true, and in reality these grasses may require a much shorter establishment time.

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