Quail-Turkey Seed Mix

(021-43010)

 A reseeding mix designed for an area with high deer populations. Deer will graze but ingredients are not preferred foods. Plots will suffer less damage than ordinary mixtures. Will provide food and cover well into winter months. Works best when planted in the same spot tow or more consecutive years. 95% cowpeas and 5% sorghum with multiple maturities. Sow at 50 lbs per acre.

Wildlife Mix #1 Spring
021-43310
A mixture of forage beans, buckwheat, German millet , legumes and grain sorghums. Excellent for quail but will attract other species as well. Plant at about 25 lbs per acre.

WildLiFe Mix Fall Mixture

021-43300

 A mixture of small grain, winter peas, crimson clover , white clover and alfalfa. Use at 50 lbs per acre. Provides cover , bedding and food for many different wild game species.

Wildlife Mix Doves Galore

021-43330

A mixture of sunflower, buckwheat and proso millet used to attract doves. Plant at 25 lbs per acre. Multiple stripes at different planting dates will help extend attraction period.

Sorghum WGF

021-43600

Sorghum is a warm-season annual grass that begins growth in spring and produces abundant grain in late summer and early fall. Sorghum grain is excellent food for upland game birds such as dove, quail, turkey as well as waterfowl from mid-summer through winter. It benefits turkey by providing grain, foliage, and insects. Quail also benefit from insects. Deer readily feed on vegetation during spring and grain during fall and winter. Rabbits will also feed on the vegetation during spring.

Buckwheat

021-726000

Summer annual which can be used as a green manure crop. It is adapted to acid soils. Buckwheat has a short growing season, maturing in 10 to 12 weeks. It is quickly killed by frost.

Japanese Millet

021-57700

This is a warm season annual grass from Asia grown to a limited extent in the Northeastern States for green feed, silage and hay. It is superior under cool summers to Sudan grass or foxtail millet. Stems reach to 4 feet or more. Leaves are large, more than 0.5 inch broad. Seed heads are dense and drooping. once exploited as 'a billion dollar grass' it is now grown much less than formerly. It produces good tonnage but is coarse and only fair in feed value.

Dove Proso Millet

021-57660

Dove Proso millet will grow 3-6 ft tall. Matures from the head down. Produces seed in about 70 days. Plants bend over as seed matures dropping them to the ground. Plant about 30 to 40 lbs per acre.

Ogle Spring Oats

021-64241

Spring oat used for either forage or grain.

 

WHITE CLOVER

 

WILL LADINO CLOVER

 

BIRDSFOOT TREFOIL 

 

PARDEE BIRDSFOOT TREFOIL  

 

   

 

BERMUDA GRASS 

 

LAREDO BERMUDA GRASS

 

ORCHARD GRASS 

 

BENCHMARK ORCHARDGRASS   

 

TALL FESCUE

 

SELECT TALL FESCUE   

 

TIMOTHY       

TIMOTHY DERBY   

ANNUAL RYE     

BIG DADDY RYE  

PERENNIAL RYE  

GRAND DADDY  

SMOOTH BROME  

REED CANARY GRASS  

 
Bountiful Blessings with Southern States & Farmers and Planters Co.
 
 


 

 


 

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