Rymin Rye is a high yielding, fair winter hardiness, medium to late maturing rye grain with good lodging resistance. At maturity it does not get as high in height as Wrens, Elbon or most other varieties. Rymin Rye is not recommended to plant in the extreme southern United States (south of I-20).
Rymin Rye is a fantastic cover crop choice as well as grazing. It has 385 miles of root per acre, so it holds and adds an enormous amount of organic matter to the soil.
Drill Rate: 60-120lbs./acre
Broadcast Rate: 120-150lbs./acre (Also recommend 80lbs. Rymin Rye mixed with 15lb. Crimson Clover/acre for grazing)
Seeding depth: 1/4” to 1/2”
Planting Time: Deep South: Sept.- Oct. & Central: Aug.- Sept.
pH: Tolerates 5.5-7.5
Fertilizer: 200-300lbs. per acre