Big bluestem, indiangrass and switchgrass (1993)
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Native warm-season grasses are good, viable options to complement present cool-season pastures in north and south Missouri. Good management at establishment and afterward will result in high-yielding, high-quality forage during the summer months when cool-season grass pastures are at a disadvantage.
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