Monthly Archives: May 2013

Tall Fescue: High-Yielding Forage Grass or Toxic and Invasive Weed?

By Daniel Hudson, UVM Extension Agronomist During his travels around the state in 1931, Dr. E.N. Fergus of University of Kentucky observed a patch of grass that he thought was worthy of further study.  He collected and increased (i.e., several … Continue reading

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The Economics of Manure Application Methods

 By Daniel Hudson, UVM Extension Agronomist A very interesting question was posed by a farmer yesterday in response to the article Points to Ponder as the Manure is Being Applied.  The question was: How much is injecting liquid dairy manure … Continue reading

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