With the relatively mild winter, it’s not just the cool season grasses we see growing in our pastures and hay fields – our cool-season weeds are growing very nicely, too. Evaluation of our pastures now can give us help in planning our attack on any developing weed problems. Typically, plants such as musk thistle, poison hemlock, buttercups, purple deadnettle, common chickweed and various mustard species can be found.
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