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Broadcaster Press 13 October 30, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com Market Yourself Broadcaster Press Increase your business’s exposure, build connections and multiply opportunities with effective print advertising. 201 W Cherry St. • Vermillion • 624-4429 Be Careful Grazing The Green This Fall BROOKINGS, S.D. - This fall, South Dakota livestock producers need to be careful when grazing the fall green up of cool season grasses. "Some areas of South Dakota have been blessed with plenty of precipitation this year, making it tempting to heavily graze cool season grasses. But, extreme diligence must be taken not to overgraze during the fall green up of cool season grasses," said Sean Kelly, SDSU Extension Range Management Field Specialist. Kelly explained that during the fall green up, cool season grasses are storing their energy reserves to ensure health through the dormant season and vigor next spring when the growing season starts again (Figure 2). Whereas, warm season grasses grow later in the season during the summer and late summer and do not get another green up in the fall of the year. Leave 6 inches Cool season grasses have two growing seasons (Figure 1). "They grow in the spring and early summer and then get another growth spurt in the fall," Kelly said. "Tremendous damage to cool season grasses can happen if they are overgrazed during the fall green up and they are unable to build those root reserves." He explained that if overgrazed in the fall, cool season plants will have less vigor the following spring and may die out completely during the dormant Removal of Snow and Ice The City of Vermillion Code Enforcement Department wishes to remind you that sidewalks are to be cleared of snow and ice within twentyfour (24) hours after any fall of snow or freezing rain. If snow and ice are not removed within this period, the City may do so by other means and charge the cost of removal to the property owner. Please be courteous to others and remove snow and ice promptly. If you have any questions, you may contact the Code Enforcement Office at 677-7089. 1-year 2-year 3-year Book 66 Turn Yo ur Clutter nto Cash! Sudoku #5 i 1 9 3 5 9 8 season. To ensure cool season grasses 6 2 are not overgrazed, a best management practice is to leave at least 1 6 6-inches. Advertise your Garage Sale to "Native cool season grasses 2 thousands of 4 7 readers! 9 should not be grazed shorter than 6 624-44291 inches in plant height," Kelly said. 7 There are yet other benefits to 3 7 leaving sufficient plant height into Book 66: Answers the dormant season. 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