Bonar Forage Rape - Annual

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Bonar Forage RapeBonar Forage Rape is a late maturing rape with short stems and large paddle leaves. Produces very high quality forage yields with the crop ripening approximately 13-15 weeks after spring sowing. May be used as a stand alone crop and is a good addition in mixes of clover, turnips and other brassicas. After a hard frost the leaves become very sweet and palatable making for great late fall to mid winter hunting. Bonar forage is a high yielding rape variety that may provide quality winter food in your fall food plots. Bonar performs best when sown in moist soil where soil fertility is good. Prefers a pH between 5.5 and 7.

  • Soil Types: Fertile moisture soil
  • Seeding Rate: 8-10 lbs. per acre 
  • Planting Depth: ¼ inch 
  • Planting Date: May-Aug.

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    Bonar Rape Seed

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 27th 2018

    Seed germinated well and plants look terrific. To early to rate the attraction as it takes approximately 3-4 months to reach ripen.