Clipping pasture

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rjbovine

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Asking for your thoughts. I clip a pasture just a head of the rain today. Pasture is mostly fescue grass but had a lot of weeds as well . Should I see good regrowth from the grass ? Pasture was fertilized early spring with 60 lb. of actual N. . Pasture also has some white clover growing in it. The 2.5 inch rain was welcome site . Thanks rj
 

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Should be perfect as you can get if you didn't scalp it. That's the same thing I would have done the last couple days if I had a patch ready. As far as the weeds go, they will grow too. If you have nettles, expect them to keep up or even outgrow the grass if it gets hot.
 

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Have a new neighbor that bought a 40 year neglected field. Already showing grass improvement over carpet coverage with weeds that had been the case. I have a field in which I am trying to get a Bermuda stand. Without a doubt, clipping favors the grass and reduces the weeds.....the fertilizer you put out helps the grass too, especially Bermuda. Mine responds very well to it.....
 

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