Grasses have multiple options when used in your cover crop rotation. Some grass cover crop seed provides excellent root growth to prevent soil erosion. Additionally, certain grasses are another good grazing option.
MSRP:Now: $21.99Was:Winter rye is one of the most versatile cover crops. It suppresses weeds extremely well and ties up nitrogen close to the soil’s surface. Extremely productive. Cool season grass Will germinate in soils as cold as 35°F Can handle low fertility...MSRP:Now: $21.99Was:
Elk Mound SeedMSRP:Now: $0.00Was:Warm season grass Excellent biomass producer Supresses annual weeds such as velvetleaf, crabgrass, foxtail and more Has shown some nematode suppression Provides an abundance of high quality forage Seed at 35-40 lbs/acre Buckwheat and cow peas are great...MSRP:Now: $0.00Was:
Elk Mound SeedMSRP:Now: $0.00Was:Cool season grass Fibrous root system that prevents erosion Excellent nutrient accumulator, especially N When mixed with a legume, does an excellent job suppressing weeds Makes an excellent, high quality forage, protein as high as 17% Seeding depth...MSRP:Now: $0.00Was:
Elk Mound SeedMSRP:Now: $54.95Was:Japanese Millet Grass can vary from 1 to 5 ft in height depending on available moisture and fertility. It should be planted in pure stands as a field crop. As an erosion control plant it is used as a quick growing companion crop with perennial grasses...MSRP:Now: $54.95Was: