This month's newsletter focuses on teff and medium red clover. First things first - if you want teff this year, you need to act soon! There’s not much left until new crop.
This month we discuss seed movement and the market according to the Oregon Seed Commission’s 2nd Quarter Assessment Reports. Additionally, we define "pH" and potassium.
In this newsletter we introduce the new clover section on our website, complete with over 40 characteristics for each of the nine common cool-season clovers we offer. We also discuss balansa clover.
In this newsletter we share some of the feedback we have had on our Titan tall fescues and we talk about the need for cover crops to have the right rhizobium.
This is the time of year when folks start asking questions about how the crops are looking, when we think harvest will begin, will yields be up or down, and, of course, many questions about price. Without over-speculating, here are some random points to ponder between now and harvest time.
Introducing our latest product: Meroa. Meroa is a tetraploid Italian ryegrass that is doing well in current trials. Our new Lynxpea.com site is up! Check it our to learn more about Lynx winter peas. Additionally, harvest is now in full swing. We'll keep you posted on how things are going.
This month's newsletter focused entirely on the challenges of the 2015 harvest.
Our most recent newsletter comments on late summer shipments, new equipment and Meroa tetraploid Italian ryegrass.
In this month's newsletter we put down a few short thoughts about the current crop, market activity, and expectations for the coming spring.
We are on the hunt for product testimonials. We are specifically looking for testimonials on Lynx, Cajun II and Fixation. Of course, testimonials on our other varieties are just as important. Will you help?