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Roy Chapin 98558 244 Sargo either
Sargo
Bale all III forage sorghum used for silage in Missouri
Ozarks this fall
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is it a seed certified? what company make this seed?
Now, we are preparing for plant forage sorghum
Regards!
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M@NeL
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Yes, it is certified seed produced in Texas and is sold by
Garrison and Townsend Seed of Texas I plant in 36" rows at
about 4-5 lbs per acre I purchase the seed at Nixa Seed,
Nixa Missouri and is $59/cwt I will look for tag, but may
be hard to locate now We have used this the last few years
with great success with no lodging problems in past the
varieties we seed all go down near maturity making harvest
difficult

Roy Chapin
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seed tag for Bale All III
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thank you for you information!
we have prevision plantin on saturday or sinday with a local
sargo called Nectar of Semillas fito (local seed company)
because Dekalb this year no import Beefbuilder to europe :-\
But I hope will good results with Nectar. Price is €1.26/kg.
Regards!
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Manel
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other
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Today, preparing with vibro-cultivator.
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M@NeL
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Today, seeding sargo.
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M@NeL
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M@nel,
Do you sown grain sorghum too?
Where are you from?

Greetings from Brazil,
Flavio
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Flavio,
also forage sargo, for silage. now I wait planting more
sargo, we are testing other variety called Sudax of Asgrow
seeds co.
REgards from Barcelona in Europe!
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Manel
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