Sarah Koster wrote:Sorry I don't know about bermuda grass, but won't the goats eat the trees and shrubby things you're planting?
Bryant RedHawk wrote:If the pasture is already thick in growth, try broad leaf plants for over seeding in a alley way type planting.
You may have to "scalp cut" ( cut the current vegetation to 1/2" height then run the seed drill immediately so the seeds can germinate before the vegetation can overshadow the new seedlings.
This type of over-seeding works for Bermuda pastures usually.
If you are having too much trouble getting the new sprouts to survive you may have to wait for just prior to green out to get things going your way.
Judith Browning wrote:Could someone who is able add this to 'pasture' and maybe 'plants' also?
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