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Winter Rye Select Harvest™ Brand - Secale cereale

Winter Rye

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Winter Rye
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1,742 Sq Ft. - 2,614 Sq Ft.
.04 acres - .06 acres
1 ACRE = 43,560 SQ FT
 
$8.75
 
 
 

Winter Rye is a very hardy and vigorous small grain crop when planted in the fall. Use in combination with other fall attractants, as deer will eat the young growth in late fall. These crops will appear and start to grow very early in the spring providing essential food for wildlife at a critical time of year.

For pallet quantities greater than 2,000 lb please call TOLL FREE 877-247-3736.

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Supported Species All species of livestock and wildlife.
Northern Zone Planting Dates August 1 - October 31
Transitional Zone Planting Dates August 15 - November 15
Southern Zone Planting Dates September 1 - November 30
Maturity 90 - 110 days (Plant in fall for spring crop.)
Height When Mature 3 feet
Planting Depth 1/2 - 1 inch
Amount of Sunlight Partial to full
Soil Type All
Soil pH 5.0 - 7.5
Fertilizer Perform a soil test for exact recommendations.
Protein Rye forage provides a good protein and moderate fiber levels. Rye grain tends to be less palatable than other grain crops.
Nutrition Rye is the fastest growing and produces the highest tonnage of the winter grain crops. It will be about 10 days ahead of wheat and 20-30 days ahead of oats and barley. Fiber levels are slightly higher but higher forage yields make up for lower digestibility. Rye grains have average nutrition, and are not very palatable.
Primary Usage Forage, grain, and straw
How to Plant

Winter Rye can be installed with drill, no-till drill, hand seeder or broadcast spreader. Seeds need to be covered with soil and pressed or packed to ensure seed to soil contact.

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Seeding Rate: 80 - 120 lbs. / acre