140 Multi-Purpose

Formulated with the livestock grazer in mind, providing soil protection and biomass from fall through spring

• Fits into several systems – after silage or small grain harvest
• Good option to seed on acres where leftover nutrients exist
• Formulated ideally for maximizing forage through multiple grazing cycles
• Forage collards mean additional grazing opportunity, but they may need to be spring terminated in some regions
• Great option after silage or small grain harvest (or acres where leftover nutrients exist)
• Formulated for forage production and multiple grazing cycles (fall and spring)

Best Use: Designed for maximizing biomass on open opportunity ground late summer and/or early fall; can be utilized prior to any cash crop when taken off as forage

Termination: Triticale can be controlled with traditional glyphosate rates prior to 12-18” growth. 2’ tall triticale should be controlled with roller or crimper. If mowing, wait until triticale begins to flower. Radish will terminate with multiple nights in the teens. If radish survive, glyphosate and 2,4-D offer an effective control method. Forage brassicas will typically winterkill with temperatures below 25° F and collards are winderhardy to -15° F. Forage brassica can be controlled with glyphosate and 2,4-D, however collards require other broadleaf herbicides, if not grazed out completely.

Seeding Rate:

35-40 lbs/acre

40-50 lbs/acre for forage

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