WMS TriticOat, 50lb
The highest growth weight tonnage from planting through January and two times the tonnage of most other cereal grains. The forage triticale and black oats boast high sucrose levels and unrivaled palatability even when blade lengths reach 8 to 10 inches. Will not freeze out and will not become unproductive late in the deer season like other cereal grain varieties. Establishes quickly to provide early grazing and recovers fast. Ideal for small plots and areas with high deer densities. WMS TriticOat can be planted alone, but also does great with companion crops like clovers, brassicas, and winter peas.
Plant from September to Early November.
Plant 100 pounds per acre at ½ to 1 inch.
Apply 300 pounds. 13-13-13 fertilizer per acre at planting. Additional application of nitrogen fertilizer will boost production through the growing season.