Bad Year for Fescue (Great Year for Natives)

In the Ozarks, monoculture pastures of Tall Fescue haven't done well this year, which isn't an issue for the Diverse Native Grasslands here at Hamilton Native Outpost. Fertilizer prices and the early spring's weather conditions have reduced Tall Fescue's forage production drastically, but a diversity of native plants can solve this problem. 

 




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