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08-05-2014 20:38:34

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I like to grow triticale to roll up for the cows and chop some for silage. but I would like to combine some and save the seed. the thing that makes me nervous is with a combine you can never get all the seed and will it be a problem with volunteer like rye is. Thanks
ps a bit more on topic this time

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08-06-2014 19:29:00

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 Re: winter triticale question in reply to levi, 08-05-2014 20:38:34  
Planted some for cover crop and some for seed last fall. I really like it as a cover crop as it does not get to tall early in the spring. The seeding for a seed crop got really tall and went down in a wind and heavy rain event. The seed you harvest will grow, fall growth seemed to be the same as rye but spring growth way behind the rye. Planted some rye for a neighbor last fall and ran out of rye and finished with triticale. He cut it for hay this spring and after cutting it the rye made very little regrowth but the triticale really came back strong. Triticale is easy to kill with chemicals.

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Farmer Steve

08-06-2014 07:26:10

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 Re: winter triticale question in reply to levi, 08-05-2014 20:38:34  
Isn"t the seed sterile? I always thought it was a sterile hybrid of wheat and rye.

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