Cool season winter annual cereal originally developed from a cross between wheat and rye. It can be planted in the fall approximately 30 days earlier than wheat because of superior disease resistance. Good winter hardiness. A high production forage with palatability somewhat lower than wheat. It produces especially well in the spring. 

  • Grazing
  • Quality Protein Silage
  • Mature Silage

For Cover Crops
Cereals & Grasses produce extensive fibrous root systems that build soil structure, increase organic matter and move deep nutrients to the soil surface. These plants were made to be grazed with good regrowth after clipping. A thick stand of grass/cereal cover crop helps supress weeds. Excellent choice for grazing, hay, soil building or mulch cover. 

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