Spring 2013 Cool Season Grass Experiments Underway

Smooth brome growth differences noted with 2 weeks of application

Smooth brome grass growth differences at 20 days post treatment Smooth brome growth differences noted within 2 weeks of application

The cool spring of 2013 thus far has provided tough growing conditions for grass growth but excellent conditions to evaluate product performance for efficacy to increase cool season forage grass production. A number of replicated trials are underway in Butler, Saline and Seward Counties. RyzUp SmartGrass is indeed increasing early production, as seen in the accompanying images. A twilight tour/meeting for Butler County is tentatively scheduled for May 23. More details to follow at a later date.

For more information feel free to contact me. Michael Rethwisch, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Crops Educator in Butler County. (402) 367-7410 mrethwisch2@unl.edu

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One Response to Spring 2013 Cool Season Grass Experiments Underway

  1. Dave Varner says:

    Interesting work Michael. The blog is a great way to share this work globally!

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