Renovating grass sods with legumes (1993)
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Many Missouri pastures have adequate grass stands, but they need legumes. If the soil is capable of growing them, legumes should be established in grass sods. Establishing clovers is cheaper than topdressing the grass with nitrogen. Legumes have long been recognized for furnishing nitrogen to a companion grass. However, they have many other equally important qualities that are often overlooked. This publication provides information about renovating grass sods with legumes.
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