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Poisonous Pasture Plants

Illustration by Toki Oshima

Illustration by Toki Oshima

September 17, 2020

What can I do to manage undesirable plants in my pastures? That’s one of the questions Jacki Perkins, MOFGA’s organic dairy and livestock specialist, answers in her column in the fall issue of The Maine Organic Farmer & Gardener. Perkins responds, “Good grazing practices that avoid grazing too low or too often paired with timely clipping to avoid weeds reseeding themselves will help outcompete undesirable plants. Given enough of a budget, seeding a variety of perennial grasses and some annuals can help worn-out pastures.”

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