This month we pass on new long-term grazing data on Cajun II endophyte-free tall fescue from the University of Kentucky. We also make some observations about how companies can either gain or lose relevancy.
This month's newsletter highlights the key features of our new Fesnova turf-type tall fescue. This new variety has slower growth, darker color and improved disease resistance. We also offer an invitation to participate in our cooperative advertising programs.
This month's newsletter discusses this year's flooding throughout the US, introduces Patagonia Inta hairy vetch, provides a snapshot crop report, and touches on the current seed market.
This month's newsletter has multiple invitations. We invite our customers to consider cost-sharing advertising, participating in finding new field trial sites, and visiting our updated video resource library.
This month's newsletter provides a brief harvest update, encourages our customers to book their upcoming needs, and highlights a video on our LowBoy low-growing annual ryegrass.
We've got some great content about AU Merit and WinterKing hairy vetch, as well as FrostProof annual ryegrass.
This month's newsletter is dedicated to the retirement of Galen Troyer.
In this month's newsletter, we discuss the rapid price drop of annual ryegrass and introduce our newest turf-type perennial ryegrass, Nexus GT.
In this month's newsletter, we comment on the the price corrections, give an update on our research farm, and introduce you to our latest legume release - GA 9908 medium red clover.
This month, we remind our readers about our competitive packaging services offered through Smith Packaging Services. We also introduce our Viper early maturing balansa clover.