Red winter beardless wheat that is adaptive across the south to be used as a forage wheat. Beardless wheat has little to no awns which allows continued grazing when the seed is setting in late spring. A beardless soft wheat is normally planted East of I35 because of better disease tolerance.
|Planting Time||Planting Depth||Planting Rate|
|For Grazing late summer or early fall.||1-2"||Drilled 60-120 lb.|
Soft, Beardless Wheat
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