A new publication, Oregon Orchardgrass, was recently released by the Oregon Seed Commission.

The two-page pamphlet covers basic establishment, production and harvesting practices. It was written by retired Auburn University Extension forage specialist Don Ball and his University of Kentucky counterpart, Garry Lacefield. They also include a section on the importance of correct cutting and grazing heights to maintain stand persistence and speed regrowth.

Download a PDF version of the publication or order print copies for educational meetings by contacting Lacefield at 270-365-7541 or glacefie@uky.edu.

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