$60.00

This blend includes eight species of winter forage crops:

Three Species of Cereal Grains:

  • Wheat
  • Elbon Rye (Not Ryegrass)
  • Triticale

One Species of Winter Peas

  •  A fast growing, early producing variety for fall, winter and spring production.

Three Species of Brassica (Rape)

  • High quality forage varieties with different maturing dates for a longer growing period. (We do not use Dwarf Essex Rape in our mixes.) 

Dixie Crimson Clover

  • A quick growing variety that produces from late fall through spring and is a good reseeding variety. This is the best producing clover for the winter months.

Description

This blend includes eight species of winter forage crops:

Three Species of Cereal Grains:

  • Wheat
  • Elbon Rye (Not Ryegrass)
  • Triticale

One Species of Winter Peas

  •  A fast growing, early producing variety for fall, winter and spring production.

Three Species of Brassica (Rape)

  • High quality forage varieties with different maturing dates for a longer growing period. (We do not use Dwarf Essex Rape in our mixes.) 

Dixie Crimson Clover

  • A quick growing variety that produces from late fall through spring and is a good reseeding variety. This is the best producing clover for the winter months.

 

Planting Recommendations for Buck Busters Basic Seed Mixes

  • Optimum planting time in most locations in the southeast is Sept 1 – Nov. 1 but can be planted earlier or later in more northern and southern locations. Plant 60 days before first average frost date in fall.

  • Planting rate is 50 lbs/acre.

  • Soil tests are recommended. A pH of 6.0 – 7.0 is desirable.

  • Soil should be well tilled and seeds should be lightly covered 1/4” – 1/2” deep.

Fertilizer recommendations

At planting:

  • 13-13-13 ……………..100-200 lbs/acre

30-60 days later

  • Ammonium Nitrate or Urea (critical) ………100-200 lbs/acre.

*Do not mix seed and fertilizer in the hopper together. *

Spring:

  • Fertilize again as spring green up begins. 50bs/acre of Ammonium Nitrate or Urea.

*No till instructions: Fair to good results can be obtained with no till. Burn down with Glyphosate or any other burn-down herbicide (desirable but not critical), bush hog as low to the ground as possible, seed through the sod or use grain drill, fertilize as recommended.*