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Gray Leaf Spot (Blast) in Annual Ryegrass

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Publication Number: P2633
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Annual ryegrass is an important forage grass in Mississippi because of its high levels of palatability and digestibility for livestock. Every year, more than 700,000 acres of annual ryegrass are planted in prepared seedbeds or overseeded in warm-season grasses.

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