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Spring Triticale is a grain crop developed by crossing rye and wheat. It's primary use is for forage production. Grains can be used in cattle feed and for human consumption. Early spring planting improves quality and yield.
Northern Zone Planting Dates
March - April
Transitional Zone Planting Dates
Southern Zone Planting Dates
Amount of Sunlight
Balanced mixture - soil test for best results
Spring grains can be harvested for forage producing average protein levels. Grains produce moderate protein levels relative to forages with lower fiber levels. Triticale can be used for a good spring forage if harvested at the proper time.
Triticale is most commonly used as a forage or blended with peas to improve quality. Overall triticale is an average forage resource with the benefit of having an above average yield. Grain crops have average feed value with low palatability.
Forage, grain, and straw
How to Plant
Conventional and No-till planters.
When to Plant
Early planting allows for slow, steady growth, preserved moisture, and reduced evaporation.
Seeding Rate: 100 - 120 lbs./acre
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Deer Creek Seed, Inc.
P.O. Box 105
Ashland, WI 54806
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