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seed again or anew

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Reseeds established in late August or September germinate quickly and the sward is grazed with sheep over a matter of days, to encourage the plants to tiller.
We treat the new reseeds with care in their first year, but they will be grazed by the cows for short periods in good weather conditions in February or March," said Mr Owen.
This autumn is the third season the Aber High Sugar Grasses have been used in the reseeds, from which two cuts of silage are taken and the aftermaths are grazed by the milking cows.
It must have lifted the yields by two to three kg on last year," said Stephen, who hopes this year's reseed will further improve yields while maintaining quality in 2008.
A rectangular area containing the reseeds was delimited with tape measures, and 50-100 points were marked "blindly" according to a map of randomly generated locations.
An attempt was made to find all reseeds released at a site, by turning over all boulders and searching crevices.
The brassicas will typically be followed by a grass reseed in the spring, or could provide the platform for the spring cereal.
To this end, he and ARS research technician Calvin Vick at the Oxford lab have been evaluating several soil-building legumes for winter hardiness and their ability to reseed earlier than traditional cover crops like crimson clover.
Four years of field tests at two locations in Alabama showed that the tropical corn allowed for later planting in spring, which enabled the clover to naturally reseed every year in a no-till system.
The high sugar grass must be more palatable because cows have a tendency to want to go back on these fields, even in preference to other recent reseeds.
The field cost pounds 100 an acre to reseed and it has more than paid for itself in its first year with the grazing.
Ixia is native to South Africa, a country whose climate is a mirror of our own, and needs no summer water; it spreads underground by corms and reseeds above ground where the soil is well-drained.