In this issue we talk about why annual ryegrass prices are skyrocketing, introduce our new KY-Early timothy, and pass on some positive Persist comments.
In this issue, we share some excellent data on shade tolerance of orchardgrass compared to tall fescue, pass on som enew trial results for Cajun II, and show how using a white clover like Renovation can bring more profit to grazers.
This month's newsletter has a big announcement pertaining to our acquisition of the worldwide marketing and production rights of CCS 779 cover crop radish. Also, we encourage readers to get their Meroa Italian ryegrass orders in.
This month's newsletter focuses on the unusual spring weather and its possible effects on this year's crops.
In this issue we provide an update on the crops, announce the arrival of Stonehenge II hard fescue, and give details on our new LowBoy low-growing annual ryegrass for the cover crop market.
We provide the latest update on the crop, as well as brief our readers on three new cover crop offerings - CCS 779 radish, LowBoy annual ryegrass, and AU Merit hairy vetch.
This month we share information about the crop challenges, and exciting news about our new plant breeder, Dr. Donald Floyd. We also announce the availability of AU Merit Hairy Vetch.
This month we offer some encouragement to look at the past, present and future, using the current price run on annual ryegrass and tall fescue as an example.
In this month's newsletter, we make a small comment on the ongoing market challenge. We then introduce our new Shield turf-type perennial ryegrass and explore even more reasons to use Renovation white clover.