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PVFS Forage Blend Dryland Pasture Mix - Raw Seed (Lb) - SCM300

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Pasture Troubleshooting

Pasture Troubleshooting

Pasture Management

Pasture Management

  • Qualifies for $11.99 per package flat rate shipping in the Continental US.
  • In stock. Ships from our warehouse in Northern California.
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Dairymen and cattlemen really love this mix for its high yield, high quality, and quick re-growth in spring. May be grazed or cut for hay, silage or green-chop. Seed every year in September or October in Northern California, later in the south.

Plant at 2-5 lb/1000 sq ft or 100-150 lb/acre.

Contains White Oats, Red Oats, Bedford Beardless Barley, Beardless Wheat, Vetch. Grows to 4'-5'. Composition may vary. (Requires Pea Vetch or Garden Combination Inoculant.) Order in 5 lb increments.


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