Monoculture:80-125 lb per acre
Mix with ryegrass: 40-60 lb per acre
Mix with peas/vetch: 60-100 lb per acre
• Taking a soil test is highly recommended. Consult with your local extension service or fertilizer dealer for specific recommendations.
• Cereals like nitrogen, so a good starter fertilizer is needed at planting as well as additional applications as the growing season progresses.
• Correct acidity: 5.8 - 7 is ideal.
• Graze when new pasture is 6 inches tall.
• Rotational grazing at a 14-21 day interval is recommended.
• Do not graze shorter than 3 inches.
• Avoid grazing when frozen.
• Timing is based on the crop maturity.
• Never cut below 3 inches.
• Best quality will be when cereal is vegetative.
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