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Article from Dr. Ray Smith, University of Kentucky College of Aquiculture
Overseeding of pastures is an excellent management tool that improves pasture production, forage quality and ensures a good ground cover the following year without major pasture renovations.
Overseeding consists of planting seed in a field with existing grass cover in order to fill in bare patches and thicken the stand.
It can be done over the entire pasture or limited to trouble areas.
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