Appin Turnips are an annual crop with high digestibility and a greater proportion of leaf yield when compared to other varieties. After the leaves are consumed, the bulbs can also be eaten by livestock. This variety is club-root tolerant and has good frost resistance.
Planting information: plant in early to mid-summer for extended grazing, or in spring for summer grazing, at a rate of 1-3 Lbs. per acre and a depth of 1/4-1/2 inch.
Purple Top White Globe Turnip Seed Botanical Name: Brassica rapa Creates an Excellent deer Food Plot Livestock can feed all...