• Mini Totes

    Description

    We have the capability to fill 1000 lb mini totes with any cover crop you want. Please inquire and we will work on filling this mini tote with your cover crop needs.

  • GroundHog Forage Radish

    Description

    GroundHog produces more root mass than oil seed radish, allowing it to capture 150 to 200 lbs of nitrogen per acre and other nutrients that would leach out of the soil. GroundHog winter kills leaving nutients in near the surface and holes in the ground that improve water infilatration and soil aeration. Can be grazed if seeded in combination with Pasja Forage Turnip and FrostMaster Peas.

     

    Seeding Rate

    Seed in the late summer at rate of 8 lbs/acre, at 1/4 inch depth.

  • Tap Master Radish

    Description

    Long tapered tap root is designed to break up hard pans. This creates root channels, improved water infiltration and aerations for warmer spring soil planting temperatures. Tap Master does and excellent job of capturing nutrients and recycling them. Expect Tap Master to completely winter kill and leave little or no residue.

     

     

    Seeding Rate

    Seed at 8-10 lbs./acre alone or at 5 lbs./acre in combination with winter peas.

  • Bruiser (Diploid) Ryegrass

    Description

    Brusier can provide very rapid top growth cover that is very cold tolerant.  It has roots up to three feet deep to capture nutrients, as well as break up soil compaction.  Brusier is highly palatable, start grazing at 10 to 12 inches and remove animals when at 3 to 4 inches.

     

    Seeding Rate

    Seed for forage purposes at 40lbs/acre and cover crop utilization at 20 lbs/acre, at 1/4 inch seeding depth.

  • Ed (Diploid) Ryegrass

    Description

    Ed is a Survivor. It has great cold tolerance in Mid-West Trials. Deep rooting to three feet to break up hard pans and open up root channels. Good feed value and digestibility as a spring forage.

     

    Seeding Rate

    Seed at 20 lbs. per acre, at 1/4 inch depth as a cover crop.

  • Lonestar (Diploid) Ryegrass

    Description

    Lonestar has exceptional cold tolerance and a deep fibrous root system which makes it an ideal choice as a fall/winter cover crop.

     

    Seeding Rate

    Seed at 20 lbs. per acre, at 1/4 inch depth.

  • Windham Winter Pea

    Description

    Windham is a semi-dwarf winter pea, developed with sufficient winter hardiness to be sown in the fall, survive harsh winter conditions and resume growth in the spring. Windham fixes Nitrogen from the air and can be used in combination with other crop radishes and other cover crops.

     

    Seeding Rate

    Seed at 20 lbs/acre, in combination with 5 lbs/acre of cover crop radish. (Inoculated for best results.)

  • Lynx Winter Pea

    Description

    Lynx has improved winter hardiness, disease resistance and multi-stem growth. It grows taller than Windham Peas and has the capacity for more Nitrogen production. (Lynx is a tannin free, white flowered peas with excellent palatabilty)

     

    Seeding Rate

    Seed at 20 lbs. per acre, in combination with 5 lbs. per acre of cover crop radish.
    (Inoculate for best results.)

  • Frostmaster Winter Pea

    Description

    Frostmaster is a versatile pea that can be seeded as a fall cover crop or spring forage crop. It has good frost tolernace, growing late into the fall, with good Nirtogen production. Frostmaster is a white flowered pea and is very palatable.

     

    Seeding Rate

    Seed at 20 lbs/acre, in combination with 5 lbs/acre of cover crop radish. (Inoculated for best results.)

  • Dixie Crimson Clover

    Description

    Dixie Crimson clover is a winter annual and summer legume that will survive over winter when planted as a fall cover crop. Seeded in early fall it will produce 30 to 40 pounds of nitrogen before winter dormancy. Use in conjunction with Bruiser Diploid Ryegrass or Groundhog Radish as a fall cover crop.

     

    Seeding Rate

    Seed at 10-12 lbs/acre or 5 lbs per acre in cover crop mixture.