The interest in growing cereal rye for grain to be sold as cover crop seed, or to other value-added markets (distillers and bakers), has increased considerably across the Northeast region. As a result, farmers and end-users are requesting yield and quality information on cereal rye varieties. In 2016, University of Vermont Extension Northwest Crops and Soils (NWCS) Program conducted a variety trial to evaluate yield and quality of cereal rye. The varieties were Huron, Spooner, Abruzzi, Brasetto, Musketeer, and one variety that was not specified (VNS).
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Darby, Heather; Cubins, Julija; Cummings, Erica; and Emick, Hillary, "http://www.uvm.edu/extension/cropsoil/wp-content/uploads/2016-Using-Winter-Rye-as-Forage-in-Corn-Silage-Systems.pdf" (2016). Northwest Crops & Soils Program. 114.