- 56# bushel bag or by the lb.
- Rye grain is an excellent cool season cover crop because of it's ability to withstand harsh winter temperatures and climates.
- It has a rapid germination rate and a root system that has adapted itself to a broad range of different soil compositions.
- Areas that experience winter erosion control issues may find rye grain as a good choice, as planting it in the fall and working it up during the spring will also add organic matter back into your soil.
- It will outcompete and control weeds and other undesirable plants.
- Rye grain should be planted at a maximum soil depth of 1 inch. Seed at the rate of 1-2 bushels per acre.(56-112#.)
- Excellent as a nurse crop for pasture and waterway mixes.
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