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PostSubject: oh oh...clover   Sat Oct 03, 2009 3:55 pm

help...my corral or pasture which is I don't know how many acres was done last fall and I didn't plant anything but seems like its filling up with clover everywhere..do you seed your pastures ..I was thinking of purchasing some brome or timothy seeds to try and slow down the clover ..any suggestions :lookitup.gif:
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PostSubject: Re: oh oh...clover   Sat Oct 03, 2009 9:46 pm

We reseeded our pastures two years ago. Clover is very fast growing...it comes up extremely strong for the first year as timothy tends to be slower growing/maturing. The second year the timothy will come up better and after that it’ll come strong than the clover. I would say if you seeded with timothy next year you’d still have primarily clover but would see an improvement the year after.
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PostSubject: Re: oh oh...clover   Sun Oct 04, 2009 9:04 am

D-Cutch wrote:
We reseeded our pastures two years ago. Clover is very fast growing...it comes up extremely strong for the first year as timothy tends to be slower growing/maturing. The second year the timothy will come up better and after that it’ll come strong than the clover. I would say if you seeded with timothy next year you’d still have primarily clover but would see an improvement the year after.

thanks D-Cutch..
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