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Sweet Six BMR Dry Stalk

Sweet Six on the left vs. a competitive product

  • BMR 6
  • Dry stalk
  • Best Sorghum Sudangrass option for dry hay
  • High seeding rates = small stem diameter
  • Rapid growth, good double crop option
  • 45 – 55 days to first cut
  • Cut at 35 -  45” height

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Sweet Forever BMR

  • Will not set a head until September, when there is less than 12 hours 17 minutes of daylight
  • Photoperiod sensitive
  • Won’t get over-mature because of weather
  • Maintains quality with extended harvest
  • Matures 55-60 days; slower than Sweet Six
  • Use for rotational grazing
  • Good for grazing, silage, and balage
  • Can be used as a delayed, one cut sorghum sudangrass

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Super Sugar (Delayed Maturity)

  • Conventional Sorghum Sudan
  • Delayed maturity =  90 days before heading
  • High TDN and CP for conventional
  • Good for 1 to 4 cuttings
  • Very high yields
  • Inexpensive
  • Great cover crop
  • ½ price of BMR SSG

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Silo-Pro Brachytic Dwarf BMR  

  • Brachytic Dwarf
  • BMR 6
  • Short plants (6-7’), lots of leaves
  • Great standability
  • High quality silage
  • 1/3 N, 1/3 less water than corn
  • 20-25 t/ac yield
  • 95 days to soft dough (chop)

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Sweet Summer Pearl Millet

  • BMR 
  • No prussic acid, safe for horses
  • Works well on low fertility soils
  • Rapid growth and regrowth
  • Seed at 15-20 lbs/ac
  • High protein, less energy than SSG
  • Use as part of rotational grazing plan
  • Dry bale?  Baleage and silage

Sweet Summer Pearl Millet