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Small Grain Forage Variety Testing, 2022



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Authored by: Wade Thomason, Extension Grains Specialist, Greg Lillard, Farm Manager, Northern Piedmont Center, Caleb Bishop, Research Associate, Grains Crops Testing, and Joshua Mott, Research Associate

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A forage production trial of commercial barley, oats, rye, triticale, and wheat cultivars has been conducted yearly from 1994-2022 at the Northern Piedmont Center, Orange.

Results from the 2021-22 crop season are presented in this report.

Forage yield, over all entries in 2022, averaged 1.2 ton/ac less than forage yield in 2021.

Previous reports can be accessed at

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Publication Date

June 24, 2022