Farm Seed filtered by Use: Forage
Farm Seed
Farm Seed
Strategic use of farm seed is an investment in the land that pays dividends in the form of greater long-term productivity and sustainability. With rich potential for a diversity of applications, farm seed and cover crops control erosion, add organic matter, conserve moisture, and support the integrity of soil and watershed ecology. By growing your own inputs, you economize on fertilizers, animal feed, and hay mulch, while improving the overall health of your livestock, soils, crops, the food you produce and, ultimately, the surrounding environment.
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Improved white pasture clover. Previously "White Dutch Clover."
An improved pasture white clover. Previously sold under the name White Dutch Clover.
60-70 bloom
A tremendous green manure and honey plant.
A tremendous green manure and honey plant.
60-70 bloom
Low-growing, multicut clover.
Low-growing, multicut clover.
The best clover for poor soils.
The best clover for poor soils.
70-90 bloom
Fast-growing, annual alfalfa with high forage and biomass yield.
An upright, winter annual legume.
An upright, winter annual legume.
70-90 bloom
Low-growing, multicut clover.
Low-growing, multicut clover.
An upright, winter annual legume.
An upright, winter annual legume.
70-90 bloom
Fast growing control for nematodes and soil fungi.
80 - 90 Days
Livestock can feed all winter on roots.
60 - 90 Days
A warm-season, multicut forage grass and green manure.
60-70 bloom, 90-100 grain
Excellent forage for swine, sheep, and young stock.
60 - 80 Days
Vigorous summer cover crop outcompetes weeds.
Vigorous summer cover crop outcompetes weeds.
80 - 100 Days
Vigorous summer cover crop outcompetes weeds.
Vigorous summer cover crop outcompetes weeds.
80 - 100 Days
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