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Florida’s Pastures

Brittany JustesenAugust 3rd, 2022Warm-season perennial grasses cover most of the state of Florida and can be a wonderful tool in a livestock production system. Warm-season perennial grasses can be utilized for grazing and hay production. Hay production allows the surplus of forage to be harvest and stored to help increase a producer’s profit. Most of the warm-season forages […]

Mole Crickets: Small Pest – Big Problem

Kalan TaylorMay 27th, 2020The mole cricket calls start coming in this time of year. This pest is only approximately 1.5 inches long but can cause a number of issues in pastures, forage areas, turf-grass, and vegetable seedlings. In Florida, there are three types of non-native mole crickets; the short winged mole cricket, the southern mole cricket, and the […]

Make it Pay When You Spray Your Pastures

Mark MauldinApril 29th, 2019I like to kill weeds. That said, just because weeds are present doesn’t always mean it makes financial sense to apply a herbicide – even a “cheap” one. Herbicide applications need to pay for themselves (chemical and application costs) by increasing the amount or quality of forage available for grazing or harvest. Carefully evaluate the […]

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