Weed Control, Clover Injury, and Resulting Yield from GF-3731 in Rotationally Grazed Pastures

2020

  • Jose L.C.S. Dias
  • Mark J. Renz
  • S. Flynn
  • University of Wisconsin, Madison, Department of Agronomy
  • University of Wisconsin, Madison, Department of Agronomy
  • Corteva Agriscience
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Adding legumes to grass pastures can result in multiple benefits including increased forage nutritive, extended grazing season and increased grass yield due to N fixation. White clover, a short lived perennial with prostrate growth habit, is one of the most important and widely adopted legume in grass-legume mixtures worldwide. In addition, red clover, another short-lived perennial, is widely grown in grass-clover mixtures in Wisconsin.