Milo / Soybean Mix
OPTIMAL FORAGE PRODUCTION
- Mix of medium-height milo (grain sorghum) and a tall, bushy non-GMO soybean
- Maximizes forage production and quality when planted after an early-spring forage
- Yields 5-9 tons dry matter with protein between 10-14%
Best Use: Not suitable for dry hay; must be ensiled.
Management: Double-crop for silage after harvesting a spring forage such as oats/peas. Plant early (before June 25) and harvest in 60-90 days for best results. Manage potential prussic acid problems after frost.
Planting Date: Plant after last frost date through mid-July.
Seeding: Drill 150 lbs/acre 1” deep.
$28.00 / 50lb Bag
Click here to learn more about Alternative Forage Crops. by Dr. Dan Undersander, Forage Agronomist at the University of Wisconsin.