Brome producers were faced with many challenges this past year as fall armyworms sought after recently harvested fields as sites to lay their eggs. Brome fields in eastern Kansas varied as some looked untouched while others faced field damages. The brome fields that faced the greatest damage were late-harvested fields that were cut in mid-to-late July and after. Read on to learn more.
KSU Agronomy eUpdate: Options for damaged or dead brome hayfields
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