In this edition we remind our distributors that there is a value in carrying improved forages. There is a difference!
In this month's newsletter, we pass on some numbers from the Oregon Grass Seed Commissions in a discussion about usage, pricing, and future availability of ryegrass and orchardgrass. We also point out the shortage of Dutch white clover with direction for alternative products.
In addition to updating our COVID-19 operational procedures, we invite new coating orders, and share an exciting report on how LowBoy low-growing annual ryegrass is successfully being used as cover crop in cotton-corn rotations.
This month's newsletter updates our readers on how Willamette Valley seed crops are coming along, asks for input to assist online inquries, and introduces Kakariki white clover.
This month's newsletter begins with a crop update, as harvest begins. We pass on concerns about vole damage and discuss anticipated crop yields. We also highlight price changes to Renovation White Clover and LowBoy Low-Growing Annual Ryegrass.
We focus this month's newsletter on harvest and market conditions. Also, we discuss why Rapido annual ryegrass should be part of your specialty ryegrass offerings.
Our September newsletter announces the availability of a new utility-type Kentucky Bluegrass called Filly plus dissects seed movement throughout various crops. We also make mention of the current transportation challenges and provide crop observations.
In this month's newsletter we give thanks for all the hard work done to make sure farmers, homeowners, and other seed applicators received by the the industry. We also, spend some time discussion the numerous benefits of Hymark endophyte-free tall fescue.
In this month's newsletter, we review 2020 and provide some observations to help you plan for your 2021 seed needs.
In this issue we discuss red clover's deep roots and history. We also give a further introduction to our GA 9908 medium red clover, an ideal addition to your seed offering.