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Pasture Recovery Following Drought: Fertilization

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Pasture Recovery Following Drought: Fertilization as a Tool

Plant fertility needs should be given special consideration in drought-damaged pastures. Since many of these pastures were grazed repeatedly, it is likely that root growth will be restricted to the top few inches of soil. It is important that these pastures have a strong root system to speed the recovery of drought-damaged pastures.

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