“I have some questions about no-tilling Haywire Forage Oats into a weak alfalfa (30%) and orchardgrass (60%) stand.
Will the oats grow fast enough to stay ahead of the hay crop?
Will the oats mature when the hay is ready?
When is the proper time to top dress with nitrogen?”
After the oats hay/straw was removed, Super Sugar DM (Delayed Maturity) Sorghum Sudangrass was no-tilled into the oats residue. Super Sugar DM is a unique non-BMR sorghum sudangrass that will not set a flower until it is over 90 days old. Read More
This is a video shot by Dan Perkins of the Jasper County, Indiana SWCD on October 3, 2013. Featured in this video is a mix of oats and radish that were seeded with a high clearance seeder in late August. Although there was very little rain in August, the 46 pounds of oats and 3 pounds of radish per acre look pretty good. Read More