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Yes indeed. Looked at my hay fields the other day. Mostly orchardgrass with a few scattered sprigs of alfalfa. Due to the high amount of grass last year, cranking the nitrogen to it was the best thing I did. And where my spreader overlapped onto my landlord's lawn, the grass grew to beat hell.  :happy1: 
« Last Edit: April 04/07/21, 04:13:44 PM by Dotch »
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