Bermuda Grass





What is the value of Bermuda grass as a forage crop for cattle, more

particularly dairy cows?



Bermuda grass is generally condemned because of getting in places where

it is not desirable and of being almost impossible of eradication

therefrom. Still, Bermuda grass will make good pasturage on land which

is too alkaline to make other crops, and therefore is highly esteemed by

some owners of waste lands in the San Joaquin valley. It is good

pasturage and is most easily propagated by cutting the roots up into

short pieces by use of the hay-cutter, nearly all the pieces retaining

an eye which will make a new plant. It is easy to get in and hard to get

out.





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