Brassica napus, Winfred

Forage Brassica, ‘Winfred’

Blooms in the spring if planted in the fall; blooms 70 days post-planting if planted in the spring; leafy growth is palatable for deer, cattle, and sheep.

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General Product Information
  • Species:
    Forage Brassica, ‘Winfred’
  • Species Type:
    Naturalized
  • Product Categories:
  • Habitat:
    Food plots, forage (pastures)
  • Life Cycle:
    Biennial|Annual
  • Bloom Period:
    Spring
  • Flower Color:
    Yellow
  • Typical Height:
    1.8 ft
  • pH:
    5.5 – 7.5
Indicator Regions
  • Northcentral & Northeast:
    NI
  • Midwest
    NI
  • Eastern Mountains and Piedmont:
    NI
  • Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain
    NI
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Tolerances
  • Shade:
    Full Sun
  • Drought:
    Low
  • Salt:
    No
Seed Information
  • Approximate seeds per lb:
    157,000
  • Seeding rate per acre in a mix:
    Up to 8 lb when direct drilled
Included in mixes

$6.00/lb

Description

This annual mix should be planted from May-early June for later summer grazing, or late July-early August (not later than September 1st) for fall grazing. The palatable tops (stems as well as leaves) and bulb roots of the brassicas are high in crude protein. Mix formulations are subject to change without notice depending on the availability of existing and new products. While the formula may change, the guiding philosophy and function of the mix will not.

Additional information

BloomPeriodSrchTrm

Spring

ColorSearchTerms

Yellow

FoliageColor
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LifeCycle

Annual

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