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Discussion Board - Bare spots in alfalfa.

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08-03-2012 07:20:22

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I have a one year old stand of decent alfalfa that has a few thin spots that i would like to fill in. What can I overseed,(and when)? South Michigan, sand/clay, recent lime. Hay is used for beef cattle. Thanks for your help.

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08-03-2012 13:30:52

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 Re: Bare spots in alfalfa. in reply to cam50, 08-03-2012 07:20:22  
Orchard grass works well with alfalfa. It grows and regrows at about the same rate. Also grows at same temps as alfalfa.

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08-03-2012 11:05:07

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 Re: Bare spots in alfalfa. in reply to cam50, 08-03-2012 07:20:22  
Drill in any of the more palatable grasses this fall along with red clover. Do it immediately.

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08-03-2012 07:37:33

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 Re: Bare spots in alfalfa. in reply to cam50, 08-03-2012 07:20:22  
yes,you can michigan you would want to do it early soon as you could get into field. if you dont mind a mixed stand you could even frost seed clover in.doesnt work so well with alfalfa most places though.

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