EverLeaf® 126

$0.47 /lb

EverLeaf® 126 Forage Oats are a spring oat developed as a true forage variety. EverLeaf Forage Oats will be taller and much leafier than other varieties of oats and produce high levels of dry matter yield if planted for forage production. They are a very late maturing variety of oat, and the prolonged vegetative period correlates with high forage quality as well as an extended harvest window. Everleaf Forage Oats will perform well under high fertility conditions and are not prone to lodging. They are not drought tolerant and prefer fertile soils with adequate moisture for maximum production.

Drilled Seeding Rate: 80 lbs/acre (2.5 bushels)

Forage Oats - EverLeaf 126

Product Guide

Planting

  • Planting Time: Early Spring
    • Oats can tolerate any light frost that may occur after planting.
  • Drilled Seeding Rate: 80 lbs/acre (2.5 bushels)
  • Ideal Seeding Depth: 1.5″-2”

Fertility

Use the fertilizer rates below for maximum yield potential:

  Recommended Application Rate (Lbs/acre)
Soil Fertility Level Nitrogen (N) Phosphorus (P2O5) Potassium (K2O)
High 20 0 0
Medium 50 25 40
Low 70 35 55

*Rates are recommended if no soil test is taken.

  • Apply ½ rate of nitrogen at planting, and the other ½ rate during mid- to late-tillering.
  • Do not exceed a total of 25 lbs/a of N+K if fertilizer is placed in-furrow.

Weed Control

Plant into a clean, weed-free seedbed and use the herbicide options below for optimal weed control:

Timing Herbicide Rate Notes Weeds Controlled Control Method
Preemergence Sharpen (Saflufenacil) 1-2 oz/a Apply after planting and before crop emergence Broadleaves Contact & Residual
Explorer (Mesotrione) 6 oz/a Apply after planting and before crop emergence Broadleaves Contact & Residual
Makaze (Glyphosate) 32 oz/a Apply any time before crop emergence Grasses & Broadleaves Contact
Postemergence Harmony Extra SG (Thifensulfuron + Tribenuron) 0.45-0.6 oz/a Apply after 3-leaf stage, but before jointing Broadleaves Contact
Broclean(Bromoxynil) 1.5-2 pts/a Apply from emergence to boot stage Broadleaves Contact
Starane Flex (Florasulam + Fluroxypyr) 13.5 oz/a Apply from 3-leaf stage up to flag leaf emergence Broadleaves Contact
Stinger (Clopyralid) 0.25-0.33 pts/a Apply from 3-leaf stage up to early boot stage Broadleaves Contact
2,4-D Amine (2,4-D Amine) 0.25-0.5 lbs ae/a Apply during the 3- to 4-leaf stage. Broadleaves Contact
Clarity, Banvel, Sterling Blue (Dicamba) 2-4 oz/a Apply at the 3- to 4-leaf stage, but prior to jointing. Broadleaves Contact
Widematch (Clopyralid + Fluroxypyr) 1-1.33 pts/a Apply from 3-leaf to flag leaf emergence Broadleaves Contact

 

Disclaimer: All products and rates were provided by university-based sources and product labels. Always follow label instructions and consult your local chemical dealer and seed dealer before making any applications or planting of the seed.

Harvest Management

  • Everleaf oats are slow maturing and maintain high levels of forage quality for an extended harvest window.
  • If harvesting for hay, Everleafs should be cut in the late boot through milk stages to produce the highest quality hay that will cure easily.
  • If harvesting for silage, cut when the grain of the oats has reached the soft dough stage. This will produce the highest yield.
  • Everleaf oats are safe to graze if other harvest options become limited. In a grazing system, they will have some regrowth potential if grazed when the oats are still vegetative.
  • Everleaf oats are commonly followed with a second forage crop such as hay millet, sorghum-sudangrass, or grazing cover crop mixtures.

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