Season Has Gone Cold

We have finally gotten to a normal season with good rains but with the worse part is the colder weather. What we are noticing is that when it does dry and the sun comes out you can nearly hear the grass grow. Soil temperatures are not the best for sowing – seed will still come up but will take a lot longer. Phalaris and cocksfoot can take up to 28 days when the soil temperature is below 10 degrees.
Now is the time to consider your fertilizer on pasture – do you need to consider using nitrogen or should you consider using potassium. Should you use gibberellic acid to increase the amount of grass available now – should you also add nitrogen with it. Came in and ask Emma these questions!!

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