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Recent rains not enough to avoid ‘catastrophic’ failures


Recent rains not enough to avoid ‘catastrophic’ failures
ROBERT BURNS/Texas AgriLife Extension Service Ryegrass could be a less high-stakes gamble than other winter forages this year as it can be planted later and disked in.


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Many parts of the state received from a trace to 4 inches of rain, but as welcome as the moisture was, people rushing to plant winter wheat or pasture may be setting themselves up for an expensive failure, according to a Texas AgriLife Extension Service agronomist. . . .

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