Video: Early Wild Rye In December

The green blades of Early Wild Rye are not frost bitten by late fall temperatures hovering in the teens.  Despite throes of crisp autumn air, December yields a good 8 - 10 inches of new growth under last year’s fallen stems.

Revisit our April video about Early Wild Rye for comparison on its growth in opposite seasons of cool weather. Read the Article here.




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