Cereal Rye

Cereal Rye

Arguably the most cold-tolerant of the small grains, cereal rye is a staple across the Southeast. It produces an incredible amount of biomass and is good quality in the vegetative state — ideal for the basis of a cover crop, winter grazing, or straw production.

  • Establishes quickly and grows through the colder season, but degrades slowly during the summer, providing an excellent weed mat as a cover crop
  • More productive in harsher conditions than most other small grains
  • Matures quickly, so there is a small window to capture high-quality grazing
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    Abruzzi

    Arguably the most cold-tolerant of the small grains, cereal rye is a staple across the Southeast. Abruzzi is a higher-yielding variety in our Southeast region.

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