[permaculture] Fwd: Re: [grazersedge] Lost summer/pastures

Mark Ludwig mpludwig at facstaff.wisc.edu
Mon Oct 28 18:06:36 EST 2002


More still from grazers edge, I have been to this guys farm, he does a very 
nice job IMO.
Mark L

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>From: Clay & Sue McQuiddy <mcquiddy at getgoin.net>
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>Yes you can double crop into warm season grasses.   Cereal Rye is a good
>choice because it is through early enough that it isn't in competition with
>the warm seasons.    I would wait till Oct to seed..   That lets the WSG  go
>to sleep first and the Rye will still have plenty of time to get
>established.    Remember that you want to rest your WSG  for 30 days before
>frost.   (This does not apply to annuals like Sudangrass or Crabgrass.)
>     I have suggested planting wheat earlier but I want to add a caution.
>If the white grubs are very thick,  they can completely destroy an early
>planting.   After the weather turns cool,  the grubs become less active,  so
>a later planting may make it where an earlier one might not.
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>Clay
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>MO Ozarks
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> > Also can you double crop into your warm season grasses? When would you
> > normally seed it into warm season grasses? September?
> >
> > I was told best time to plant winter wheat for "hay" was Oct 1-Oct 15 down
> > here in Casey County, KY. However, if I'm planting winter wheat for
>grazing
> > should I plant earlier? If so when?
> >
> > Sure do appreciate this lists inputs. They have been very helpful...and
>give
> > me much needed practical advice. Thanks, again!  Frank
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