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TRITICALE & SMALL GRAIN MIXES

NOTICE: From time to time, supplies of Certified Organic Seed run out. When this occurs, we use the organic seeds (in a mixture) that we still have and then use Untreated non-GMO seed for the remainder of the mixture. We will then issue a non-GMO letter upon request.

We are on a constant search for improved triticale for organic production. We believe we have the best lineup in the industry. Small grains are becoming more popular for double cropping. Byron Seeds has in-house cleaning and bagging to help ensure quality.

Byron's Spring Triticale
UT & OR
  • Can be planted in early spring for a June harvest or planted in August for a late fall harvest
  • High forage quality
  • At lower seeding rates (35 to 50 lbs), makes a great UT & OR nurse crop
  • Produces highly digestible forage at a lower cost
  

Zones: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6


Byron's Fall Triticale
UT & OR
  • Very leafy and highly digestible
  • Winter hardy
  • More tonnage
  • Better quality than wheat or rye
  • Dries out spring soil

Call your dealer for availability

  

Zones: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Triticale Plus Spring
UT & OR
  • A mixture of spring triticale, Italian ryegrass and peas
  • Very high yield potential
  • Tremendous quality, high NDFD and sugar
  • Italian ryegrass will not produce seed heads in the seeding year
  • Very quick, high yields
  

Zones: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6


Triticale Plus Fall
UT & OR
  • A mixture of fall triticale and ryegrass
  • Easier to cut with cutter bar than ryegrass alone
  • Much easier to blow into upright silo, due to more stems
  • Due to its fast growth, can be sown later in the fall
  • More winter hardy
  

Zones: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6


Tritilage Pro
UT & OR
  • 60% forage triticale, 40% forage peas
  • High quality, energy, NDFD
  • Great for double cropping and at a lower seeding rate can be a great nurse crop
  • Early spring super tonnage
  

Zones: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6