High Diversity Mix
High Diversity Mix
High Diversity Mix
High Diversity Mix

High Diversity Mix

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Maximize your diversity in a bag with this season long blend. Here we combine cool and warm season species for a blend that can provide flexibility throughout the growing season. Each species growth is different than the next so you can enjoy watching the mix naturally succeed. Challenge yourself by trying to identify the seed and then again when the plants obtain some growth.

This product includes a packet of Micro Noc: Multi-Spectrum (OMRI approved). Packet size scales with the amount of seed.

Ingredients

4010 Spring Pea, Common Vetch, Cowpeas (Iron & Clay), Golden Flax, Indian Head Spring Lentil, Kentucky Pride Crimson Clover, Ladino White Clover, Mammoth Red Clover, Mancan Buckwheat, MT Hairy Vetch, White Proso Millet, Yellow Blossom Sweet Clover, Bayou Rape Hybrid Kale, Faba Beans, Impact Forage Collards, Japanese Millet Blend, Marvel Chickpea, Mung Beans, Trophy Rapeseed, Austrian Winter Pea, Nitro Radish, Sunn Hemp, Yankee Cereal Rye, 5518 Hutchinson Blend Soybeans, AS6401 SxS, Boston Plantain, Brown Top Millet, Catjang cowpea, Endure Chicory, Hayden Spring Oats (Certified), Indian Gold Mustard, Kodiak Brown Mustard, Okra, Pearl Millet, Piper Sudangrass, Red Ripper Cowpeas, Sunflowers, Sweet Forever Sorghum Sudan, White Gold Mustard, White Wonder Millet, Wildlife Habitat Blend Grain Sorghum

Planting Instructions

Drill seed at 3/4" to 1" depth or broadcast and lightly incorporate when soil temperatures are 55 degrees or higher. Seeding rates should be increased 30-50% if broadcasting. Plant

Timing

Planting can occur mid-spring through the end of summer. For best results and maximum diversity, plant after the last frost but before summer heats sets in.

Seeding Rate

Plant 40-50 pounds per acre when seeding with a no-till drill or other planting implement and 60-75 pounds per acre when broadcasting.