An annual mixture that combines Triticale with peas and Italian Ryegrass. The triticale adds agronomic stability for those growers not experienced with growing ryegrasses and more bulk for easier silo filling and unloading. The rye grasses in the mixture add higher fiber digestibility and sugar content. This is a cool season crop to be planted early spring for big yields in June or seeded in August, September for winter forage. Varity may vary depending upon availability.
- Very high yield potential
- Tremendous quality, high NDFD and sugar
- Italian ryegrass will not produce seed heads
- Very quick, high yields
- The best Triticale and ryegrass we know of
Triticale The triticale varieties Byron Seeds have selected are the best in the industry with a research and breeding program to back them. These varieties have been tested extensively to ensure that we have the highest fiber digestibility possible while still maintaining maximum yield. We have selected these varieties because we understand that high quality forage is imperative to stay competitive in the dairy/beef industry.
Triticale can be utilized in grazing or haylage operation. It has a wider window of harvest then most cereal grains allowing it to be more versatile in inclement weather while maintaining excellent quality. When cutting, lay it in a wide swath to get maximum drying. If proper fertility is applied, triticale will yield up to 2.5 tons of DM/A (6 tons of high quality feed).
Seeding rates are 100 to 120 lbs per acre. Seed should be placed 1/2 to 3/4 inch in a firm seedbed. In the case of no-till make certain the existing vegetation is properly killed.
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