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  • Green Mix is a Forage Plus oat and Arvica pea mix ideal for heifer and dry cow feed.

    During the early stages of development, Green Mix grows slowly allowing the alfalfa to get a good start before it must compete with the Green Mix.

    Green Mix is a late-maturing oat and pea mix reaching forage cutting stage 5-7 days later than typical oat and pea mixes.

    Forage Plus

    • High yielding forage oat developed by the University of Wisconsin – Madison
    • Very high dry matter yield, acceptable forage quality and relative low crude protein percentage.
    • Excellent crown rust resistance

    Recommended time to cut is at the late boot stage when the head can be felt in the
    stem of the oats. Cutting can be a week prior to heading, with a reduced but still
    competitive dry matter yield.

    Arvica

    • Relatively new proprietary pea variety, Arvica is a forage type pea that is setting a new standard in forage peas.
    • Late maturity, high yielding pea variety

    Seeding Rate:
    Alone: 100 lbs per acre
    Under-seeded Alfalfa Rate: 15-18 lbs per acre

    Seeding Depth:
    Alone: 1.5”
    Under-seeded Alfalfa Depth: 25”

    Green Mix works very well as a Fall seeding crop. After winter wheat harvest, plant
    a Fall seeding of Forage Plus and Arvica Peas (Green Mix). This will provide added
    tonnage and greater density of feed when compared to Brown Midrib Sorghum.

    Grower Tips

    • Plant Green Mix for dry cow or heifer feed.
    • Plant Forage Master for milk cows and beef cows nursing calves.

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  • Green Mix is a Forage Plus oat and Arvica pea mix ideal for heifer and dry cow feed.

    During the early stages of development, Green Mix grows slowly allowing the alfalfa to get a good start before it must compete with the Green Mix.

    Green Mix is a late-maturing oat and pea mix reaching forage cutting stage 5-7 days later than typical oat and pea mixes.

    Forage Plus

    • High yielding forage oat developed by the University of Wisconsin – Madison
    • Very high dry matter yield, acceptable forage quality and relative low crude protein percentage.
    • Excellent crown rust resistance

    Recommended time to cut is at the late boot stage when the head can be felt in the
    stem of the oats. Cutting can be a week prior to heading, with a reduced but still
    competitive dry matter yield.

    Arvica

    • Relatively new proprietary pea variety, Arvica is a forage type pea that is setting a new standard in forage peas.
    • Late maturity, high yielding pea variety

    Seeding Rate:
    Alone: 100 lbs per acre
    Under-seeded Alfalfa Rate: 15-18 lbs per acre

    Seeding Depth:
    Alone: 1.5”
    Under-seeded Alfalfa Depth: 25”

    Green Mix works very well as a Fall seeding crop. After winter wheat harvest, plant
    a Fall seeding of Forage Plus and Arvica Peas (Green Mix). This will provide added
    tonnage and greater density of feed when compared to Brown Midrib Sorghum.

    Grower Tips

    • Plant Green Mix for dry cow or heifer feed.
    • Plant Forage Master for milk cows and beef cows nursing calves.

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