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Chicory Seed (Lb) - SCN205

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Green Manure

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Nutrient Rich Cover Crop

Cichorium intybus Perennial warm season cover crop.

  • Application Rate: 4-5 lb/acre or in a mix of grasses and/or legumes at 1-2 lb/acre
  • Inoculant: NA
  • Germination: 7-10 Days
  • Plant Height: 2'
  • Days to Maturity: 70-75 Days
  • Uses: Herb suited to well or moderately drained soils with medium to high fertility levels and a pH of 5.5 or greater. Long taproot penetrates subsoils which makes it drought tolerant and allows it to make minerals more available to livestock. Rich in potassium, sulfur, calcium, zinc, sodium, manganese and iron.
  • Facts to Note: When managed properly, Chicory produces leafy growth which is higher in nutritive and mineral content than alfalfa and other cool season grasses. Protein levels range between 10%-32%, depending on plant maturity. Root can also be used for a coffee substitute! Used mainly in mixes with other pasture or cover crop seeds.

  • Item Model Number: SCN205
  • Shipping Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Product Use Instructions: Chicory Seed (Lb) Instructions - 245kb

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