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SODS FOR PASTURES

Destroying Bushes
Permanent Pastures
Renewal Of Permanent Pastures
Seed-mixtures
Seed-mixtures
Suggested Mixtures For Pastures
Yields And Composition Of Grasses

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Renewal Of Permanent Pastures








There is much pasture land that could
not be broken with profit for reseeding. There is neither time, nor
money, nor opportunity at the owner's hand for this purpose, and often
the loss of soil resulting from washing would be a bar if the labor
would cost nothing. The renewal of such grass lands can be made with
profit if pernicious weeds are not in the way. Plant-food, lime, and
grass seed are wanted. A disk or sharp spike-tooth harrow, used in
early spring or after an August rain, will give some fresh earth for
covering the seeds. A complete fertilizer always is needed. The clovers
should go into the seed-mixture used.





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