around here they say it can't stand constant or heavy grazing...
> I live in S.E. Kansas and find
> your comments about Johnson grass
> interesting. It is a prohibited
> weed here but I think it could
> have a place in grazing programs.
> I currently cell graze an orchard
> grass, clover, alfalfa, crab grass
> pasture. It has a fair number of
> johnson grass clumps in it. Due to
> my rotation, it never heads, it
> spreads by rizome only, is the
> first thing they eat, is the most
> drought tolerent, and seems to be
> the most productive plant in the
> pasture. It appears to be low in
> nitrogen requirement. Why isn't it
> used more in pasture programs in
> Texas and Oklahoma?