by University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station in Lexington, Ky .
Written in English
|Statement||R.C. Buckner ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Buckner, Robert Cecil., Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
Jul 16, · The Wonder Grass is a fascinating examination of the history and modem uses of forage tall fescue. The book was written by former Auburn University professor Don Ball, former University of Kentucky professor Garry Lacefield and former University of Georgia professor Carl Hoveland. It became clear to William Johnstone that tall fescue. Johnstone & Hall Builders, Warrnambool, Victoria. likes · 1 talking about this · 7 were here. Warrnambool - Johnstone & Hall Builders Cheers, Kane Book your day not a date 43sqm of tall fescue instant turf for sale. $ delivered in Warrnambool. Ph Paul /5(8). Note that seeding tall fescue with a 'nurse' crop may be risky because of the slow early growth of this grass. Some farmers in the region have had success including a small amount of relatively short-lived perennial ryegrass (up to 20% of seed mix) as a 'nurse' crop for longer-lived orchardgrass and tall fescue. Examination of DMY during the spring vs fall of wheatgrass and tall fescue revealed differences in seasonal production of each pasture type. Wheatgrass and tall fescue produced more forage (P Johnstone tall fescue for spring and fall
Aug 13, · “It became clear to William Johnstone that tall fescue offered just what farmers needed, including wide adaption, easy establishment, dependability, a long growing season, grazing tolerance. Soil carbon and nitrogen pools in response to tall fescue endophyte infection, fertilization, and cultivar Article (PDF Available) in Soil Science Society of America Journal 69(2) · March Growth and endocrine responses of cattle to implantation of estradiol beta during continuous or discontinuous grazing of high- and low-endophyte-infected tall fescue. This approach would not work as well for taller species like timothy or orchardgrass with elevated growing points. Tall fescue is probably intermediate in this respect. Perhaps related to this is the depth of rooting. Grasses with short leaves and rapid tillering tend to have shallow roots while tall and upright grasses have deeper roots.