Triticale is an interspecies hybrid of wheat and rye. It was primarily developed as a grain crop, but has shown good adaptability as a forage and silage crop in Georgia. Although planted in the fall, varieties grown in Georgia are usually classified as “spring triticale”, and do not require cold weather to trigger stem elongation. Seed is sometimes in short supply, so contacting your preferred retailer early is suggested.
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