Spring termination of hay land

  From the Mar 13, 2019 Broadcast of Call of the Land
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 Producers should consider a number of factors before deciding whether to terminate their hay land in the spring, and then seed an annual crop. Mark Cutts, crop specialist at the Ag-Info Centre, says the ability to manage these factors will influence the success of seeding annual crops into spring terminated hay land.

Interview with Mark Cutts (2:41 minutes) (1.23 Mb)

Cutts says seeding annual crops into spring terminated hay land poses a number of challenges and is a riskier option as compared to seeding into fall terminated hay stands. He adds in order to manage these risks producers need to recognize these challenges and adopt the appropriate crop management techniques. For more information call the Ag-Info Centre at 310-FARM, 310-3276.

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This information published to the web on March 13, 2019.