A soft red wheat, Jackson Wheat, is a high-yielding, awnletted, mid-season winter wheat variety. Jackson Wheat is moderately resistant to powdery mildew and has resistance to major races of rust.
Jackson Wheat is primarily used for grazing/forage for the Southeastern part of the U.S. It was developed in Tennessee.
Drill rate: 100lbs./acre
Broadcast rate: 125-150lbs./acre
Planting Time: Fall
Fertilizer: 300-400 lbs. per acre
Variety: Saluda or Jackson depending on availabiltiy