Brunswick Grass- Weed of the Week

Brunswick Grass- Weed of the Week

Brunswick Grass, sometimes referred to as Brown Seeded Paspalum, is a growing issue in Bahai pastures and fields. It becomes unpalatable as it matures, and livestock will not graze it. Because of this, it can quickly overtake a pasture. In seed harvest, the seed of Brunswick grass is almost identical to that of Pensacola, making it very difficult to separate out of the Pensacola seeds.

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Brunswick Grass



Posted: November 26, 2019

Category: Agriculture, Crops, Farm Management, Pests & Disease
Tags: Brunswick, Brunswick Grass, Herbicide, NFLAG, Pasture, Pesticide, Weed Management, Weed Of The Week

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