Trying to decide on a cover crop this fall? Thinking about trying to get a double crop by harvesting it for forage in the spring? Have you thought about Winter Triticale?? Cornell Extension Agronomy Fact Sheet: Winter Triticale Forage factsheet56.pdf (application/pdf Object).
Champlain Valley Crops, Soil & Pasture Team : University of Vermont. Have you seen our new website?
Our no-till drill saw a lot of pasture activity during summer of 2012 and one of the many exciting things we experimented with seeding was tillage radish. Unlike the little red radishes you find in your salad, the tillage radish is a large tap-rooted variety that has the ability to grow several inches long in [...]
Via Alan Curler… The following is summary of a conference call with Bob Wellington, Senior economist with Agrimark, on Sept. 6, 2012 at 10:AM. These are notes taken by Bob Parsons, UVM Extension. Current dairy situation: We are seeing the following conditions….Record low milk:feed ratio, $8 corn, $530 Soymeal, $17 soybeans, Drought in midwest, tight [...]
Benefits of early planting of cereal rye or triticale after corn silage harvest | University of Vermont Extension Agronomators
Benefits of early planting of cereal rye or triticale after corn silage harvest | University of Vermont Extension Agronomators.
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