Yes, I know a drill is best, but I also know many have had great success with switchgrass frost seeding....my question is does anyone have experience doing so into fallow fields which have grown up with weeds and scrub grasses? My thoughts were to broadcast spread it into an area at the New Property which we are setting aside as bedding cover....it is a fallow field which has even grown up with Cedars my height or higher scattered among saplings and weeds/grasses. We did brush hog some artery trails through it and even a small circle patch of probably 30 yards by 30 yards in the Summer. I want to increase the cover potential of this area by bringing in hybrid willows, bush type trees native to Indiana but I've also thought about trying to get some switch growing throughout it. So my thought was to frost seed the areas we brush hogged for sure...and throughout the rest as well or a portion of it. Brush hog the area in the Spring before anything tacks off to give a thatch top layer over the seeds and then see what happens. Again I'm not necessarily desiring a solid thick stand of switch but would love to see it throughout the area. Anyone done anything similar?