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How do I… remove access mature reproductive pasture?

The issue: Dry reproductive tillers remaining at the autumn break reduce subsequent
growth of perennial grasses and annual legumes.

The impact: Failure to remove the mature, reproductive growth reduces potential production
from summer-active species and slows autumn pasture recovery of winter-active
species.

The opportunity: Removing the reproductive stems by grazing or through interventions such as
slashing takes advantage of summer rainfall and sets up potential summer and
autumn pasture production.

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