Oats are a great staple grain, delicious and hardy cooked into a poridge or breakfast cereal. Oats can be grown as a feed grain for livestock or as a cover crop. An excellent choice for a late summer planted cover crop. Oats is a winterkill variety, so it is easier to manage in the spring when you need to till it in.
Plant in early spring for a feed grain or late summer for a cover crop. Each packet covers 25 sq. ft.
Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.
Planting Depth: 1.5 inches
Plant Spacing: Loosely scatter seeds on surface of soil (approx. 30-40 seeds/sq ft.)
Scatter the seeds in early spring or late summer.