Willow Creek Winter Wheat is a winter annual grain commonly planted for forage production. Willow Creek is a late-maturing variety of winter wheat, which results in an extended period of vegetative growth in the spring that is correlated with higher forage quality. Willow Creek is relatively drought tolerant and can be used in dryland applications or on lighter soils. Winter wheat cover crops are designed to lessen erosion from runoff of water and wind and to retain the soil. They also contribute to the reduction of mineral leaching and compaction, suppress the amount of weed growth, reduce insect pests and diseases, and increase crop yield.
Cover Crops are sold in pound bags.