Piper Sudangrass, Grasses

Weed Suppression

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Piper Sudangrass, Grasses

Weed Suppression

The Piper Sudangrass is a great catch crop for excess nitrogen that produces heavy amounts of organic matter and suppresses weeds. This grass grows quickly at heights up to 7 feet. The Piper Sudangrass is great for livestock forage, but should be grazed only when mature and never after a frost as it turns toxic. Uses: Erosion Control, Green Manure, Nitrogen Scavenger, No Till, Organic Matter (Biomass), Weed Suppression
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Product Details

Sub Type

Sudangrass

Botanical Name

Sorghum bicolor ssp. Drummondii

Seed Type

Seed

Seeds Per Gram

100

Seeds Per Pound

45,000

Best Time To Sow

April-June

Broadcast Rate Per Acre

30-40 lbs.

Seeds Per Ounce

2813

Breed

Open-pollinated

Life Cycle

Annual

Categories

Cover Crop

Days To Maturity (# Days)

80-100

Weight

1

Depth

2

Height

9

Width

6

Components

Growing Instructions

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