Farm Seed filtered by Use: Attracts Beneficial Insects
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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Attracts and supports beneficial insects.
50 - 60 Days
High-yielding sunflower for edible gray-striped seeds and bird food.
High-yielding, early sunflower for delicious, gray-striped, edible seeds and bird food.
68-71 to flower, 100-110 for seed
Improved white pasture clover. Previously "White Dutch Clover."
An improved pasture white clover. Previously sold under the name White Dutch Clover.
60-70 bloom
Fast summer green manure.
Fast summer green manure.
35-42 bloom, 70-84 grain
Johnny's Exclusive
Fall Green Manure Mix
Versatile choice for late summer and fall planting.
Varies
The best clover for poor soils.
The best clover for poor soils.
70-90 bloom
A tremendous green manure and honey plant.
A tremendous green manure and honey plant.
60-70 bloom
Fast-growing, annual alfalfa with high forage and biomass yield.
Short-term, legume green manure for nitrogen fixation.
60 - 300 Days
Fast summer green manure.
Fast summer green manure.
35-42 bloom, 70-84 grain
Low-growing, multicut clover.
Low-growing, multicut clover.
An upright, winter annual legume.
An upright, winter annual legume.
70-90 bloom
An upright, winter annual legume.
An upright, winter annual legume.
70-90 bloom
Fast growing control for nematodes and soil fungi.
80 - 90 Days
Low-growing, multicut clover.
Low-growing, multicut clover.
Fast-growing weed suppression and pest control.
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