This small-seeded mixture contains only species that broadcast well and is ideal for the equipment or topography limited farmer: ryegrass, clover, and brassica. Excellent for grazing and baleage, but not recommended for dry hay. Seed in early fall for maximum benefit from the legumes and brassicas.
Produces a massive, fibrous root system, tolerates traffic and provides quality yield in spring through early summer.
Fixes nitrogen and is high in crude protein in early to mid-spring.
Fights soil compaction and mines for nutrients deep in the soil.
A grazing tolerant, bulbous brassica that brings together the benefits of a taproot with better regrowth.
While broadcasting is recommended, the seeds still need contact with the soil. Remove as much of the previous crop residue as possible. Consider dragging before (to remove residue) and after seeding.
|Seeding Rate - Broadcasted||25-30 lbs/ac|
|Planting Depth||surface to 0.25"|
|Target Harvest Height||8-15" grazing or 15-25" chop|
|Target Harvest Height For Regrowth||3-6"|
- Rome, GA
Broadcaster looks great. Turnips above the knees.