A wonderful blend of crops that your chickens will love. Easily grow a beautiful pasture that your chickens will forage for delicious foods. Will cut dramatically down on chicken feed and create highly nutritious eggs! Seed blend includes: 20% Annual Ryegrass, 20% Buckwheat, 20% Forage Peas, 10% perennial ryegrass, 10% flax, 10% millet, 5% red clover and 5% alfalfa seed.
High traffic DuraTurf mix of premium grass seed is specially formulated improved turf grass for high traffic areas. Spreads quickly to repair thin and bare spots caused by excess wear and tear. Improved drought and heat resistance with water saver varieties. Comes with 3-pound.
Barenbrug USA Green Thumb 11111 Premium Certain Seed, 3.75-Pound
Manufacturer: TV Non-Branded Items
Green Thumb 11111 Premium Certain Seed 3.75 is a combination seed, mulch and fertilizer. Formulated for the north. All in one application. Revolutionary seeding mix delivers excellent results from the start. Grows anywhere. For thick, beautiful grass anywhere.
Ruby Grass (Rhynchelytrum Nerviglumis) - This is a spectacular ornamental grass is derived from South African species. Ruby Grass is an annual in colder climates, perennial in warmer climates. Ruby Grass has blue-green foliage that turns brown in the fall. It blooms from early summer throughout the summer with beautiful 3-4 inch ruby-pink blooms that sit about a foot above the foliage and are breathtaking blowing in the wind. This ornamental grass is great for use as borders, in mixed perennial beds, as well as in mixed containers. It is best to plant Ruby Grass outdoors at the start of spring by lightly covering the seed after sowing. The plants should be spaced from 1 - 1 Â½ feet apart and like most ornamental grasses should be grown in a sunny part of the garden. The soil type is not overly important but Ruby grass will thrive in a light and well drained soil. If starting off indoors then sow Ruby ornamental grass seeds about 7 weeks in advance. The seeds should take about 3 weeks to germinate.
Wheatgrass Seeds - Cat Grass Seeds, Hard Red Wheat, One Pound - Non-GMO, Chemical-Free
Brand: Pet Sprouts
Included is ONE POUND of CHEMICAL-FREE, NON-GMO, High Quality WHEATGRASS / CAT GRASS seeds.
- Each batch is tested for purity and germination to ensure quality and high germination rates.
- Wheatgrass is packed with Vitamins and Minerals to keep your pets healthy!
- These seeds are EASY to grow and start sprouting within just a few days of planting!
- Grown in the USA without the use of chemicals!
- Great for all your pets - including Cats, Dogs, Hamsters, and Reptiles!
- 100% SAFE for Human Consumption! You can grow and use this wheatgrass for yourself! Great for making wheatgrass juice!
- 99% Germination Rate! Satisfaction Guaranteed!
Crimson clover (Trifolium incarnatum) is one of the most colorful forage plants and is frequently seen along roadsides, where it is planted for highway beautification. Crimson clover is a reseeding winter annual with an erect growth habit and a shallow taproot system. The flowers are a brilliant red color, elongated in shape, and often more than two inches long. The leaves are dark green and covered with dense hairs. Adaptation Crimson clover is best adapted to the heavier, well-drained soils, performing poorly on dry, sandy, and poorly drained sites. Crimson clover produces more forage at low temperatures than other clovers. It is fairly tolerant of soil acidity and is often seeded in mixture with small grains and ryegrass. Crimson clover is also often seeded into warm-season perennial grass pastures (bermudagrass and bahiagrass) and may reseed under some management conditions. Planting Crimson Clover Seed Crimson clover seed should be planted at 20 to 26 pounds of seed per acre. Most improved crimson clover varieties are adapted to Florida conditions, but they vary in spring maturity. Seeds germinate in the fall, and plants produce very little top growth while developing a strong root system, so very little forage is available for grazing before February. Grazing should be delayed until 6-8 inches of growth accumulate. Terminate grazing when plants are 3-5 inches in height. Crimson then grows rapidly until flowering begins about mid-April. Forage is very high quality with both leaves and stems readily consumed. Although it is generally grazed, it may be harvested as high-quality hay or silage. If trying to manage for reseeding, reduce grazing pressure for about three weeks when in full flower.