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Switchgrass

Brandon Lerette

New Member
Could some post a picture of an individual mature Cave in Rock switchgrass plant. Maybe pull it out or cut it off at the base. Lay it on concrete and take a picture so the rest of us novices have a reference. Thanks in Advance!
 

IowaBowHunter1983

Super Moderator
Staff member
Could some post a picture of an individual mature Cave in Rock switchgrass plant. Maybe pull it out or cut it off at the base. Lay it on concrete and take a picture so the rest of us novices have a reference. Thanks in Advance!
Here you go.
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HWC

New Member
Disappointed ! What I thought was great switch grass turns out was Foxtail. (First year ever trying to plant it) I frost seeded it, used pre herbicide kept mowed.

Sure looked like switch. Is it worth seeing what happens next year? Or start over.
I planted 3 acres last year. It looked like all fox tail. I left it untouched this year and now 50% of the field is 4-5 foot tall switch grass.
 

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hillrunner

PMA Member
I drilled in 6 acres today. It's the first time I've planted switch pre frost. This was a piece I planted last year but never came in due to a hot dry spring.
Part of it was killed and burned off. Part of it I killed but left the thatch and part of it I did not kill out of curiosity to see if any of last year's planting would show up this coming year. I'll use the side by side comparisons to help me make decisions in the future.

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