Posted by Charles Krammin on September 15, 2012 at 18:39:29 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: Hay in a weed field posted by don t. - 9n180179 on September 15, 2012 at 07:13:12:
By the sounds of it I would bush hog it down and see what grows yet this fall and get hay somewhere else, however some "critters" are able to pick through the weeds and find whats edible and leave the weeds and then you would have the field clean then, to broadcast some seed and lightly disc it and pack with cultipacker without rutting up established grass. My emergency CRP hay, went 3 ton/acre, hayed in August 15-29, due to good circumtances. 1st year Alfalfa-grass, Good growth spring moisture, then drougth (No mold, no lodging), then late July rain brought on 2nd growth. Lucked out !! Charles Krammin SW MI
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