175 AccuSpread

Coated clover and coated ryegrass equate to more uniform spread patterns and consistent germination in broadcast applications.

• Traditional combination of species for breaking up compaction, sequestering leftover nutrients, and building soil structure
• Flexible mix to use in front of corn, soybeans, and many other cash crops
• Annual ryegrass in SF 175 utilizes CrosseCoat Technology – aiding in ballistics, spread patterns, and more consistent germination
• Annual ryegrass justifies spring management planning in areas where it’s known to overwinter

Termination: Radish will terminate with multiple nights in the teens. If radish overwinter, glyphosate and 2,4-D provide effective control. Crimson clover should winterkill north of Zone 7; if crimson overwinters, control with glyphosate and 2,4-D. For annual ryegrass termination, glyphosate by itself or with other grass killers can be used, but several key management criteria need met to ensure success.

Considerations: Any time annual ryegrass is used, spring management has to be a main priority. Keep ryegrass from going to seed at all costs. Annual ryegrass not terminated can have adverse effects on any subsequent grass crops. The use of ryegrass blends have given ryegrass a bad reputation – make sure it is a single, respected variety. Multiple maturities make control even more complex. The addition of crimson clover may attract voles and
may need terminated even earlier to decrease the residue.

Seeding Rate:

20-25 lbs/acre

25-30 lbs/acre for forage

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