King’s AgriSeeds makes every effort to support our organic and sustainable customers with superior seed genetics, a full cover crop line, and technical agronomic expertise based on a wealth of experience specific to organic rotations. We want to give you these tools to help you build a strong, resilient rotation that can thrive without chemical inputs, while promoting effective land stewardship. We advocate longer, more complex and diverse rotations, which helps manage weeds, fertility and pests by adding a crop instead of a chemical.
We work closely with the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service, local Soil and Water Conservation Districts, the No-till Alliance, and others to educate growers about soil health and conservation practices like planting year-round covers, buffers near waterways, proper manure management, minimizing tillage, and working perennial crops into their rotations.
The following is our organic lineup. (Many of our conventional products are also available untreated)
2700 Spring Triticale
King’s 2700 Forage Spring Triticale to plant in the spring or fall. It is a spring awned forage type that is somewhat facultative. This means that if fall-planted, it can potentially survive a moderate or temperate winter. It grows vigorously until the third or fourth tiller and then enters a stall phase of five to eight days before resuming very rapid stem elongation and vegetative growth. The plant has a tall, erect growth habit and exhibits a dense canopy of dark green leaves. Tolerance of disease and tough growing conditions is superior to many other spring forages. Recommended seeding rate: 125-150 lbs/A.
360 SB Soybean
Conventional 3.6 maturity bean with excellent yield potential. Has performed very well in Penn State. Recommended planting population: 140-175k.
A high quality purple flower forage pea with small seed size. Long vines can reach up to 60 inches. Can be planted in spring or fall. Recommended seeding rate: 80-100 lb/A.
AF 7101 Forage Sorghum
An early season gene 6 BMR forage sorghum with good standability and dry down. It is a little earlier than AF 7201 in maturity, but similar in plant height. It has very sweet stalks and is a good choice for boot stage or soft dough harvests. 82-85 days to soft dough stage. Recommended seeding rate: for direct harvest – 80K/A; for cut and wilt at boot stage – 25 lbs/A.
AS 9301 Sudangrass
A very exciting gene 6 BMR sudangrass that has get-up-and-go and extreme quality. AS 9301 dries easier than sorghum-sudangrass, which makes it an option for dry hay. Excellent for baleage, haylage, and dry hay. Recommended seeding rate: 25-30 lbs/A.
A very late maturing oat, which makes it better suited to forage use – with the exception of cooler regions. Also has done quite well for grain yields. Recommended seeding rate: 95-130 lbs/A.
A small seeded buckwheat for cover crop programs. Excellent smother crop, quick summer growth for brief planting windows in the rotation. Recommended seeding rate: 25-35 lbs/A.
A millet that can be used for forage or summer cover crop. It does better in wet soils than many of the other summer annuals. Fast growth and a fibrous root system makes it an excellent cover crop. It has a finer stem than pearl millet and sorghum and makes high quality forage for grazing or hay. Recommended seeding rate: 20 lbs/A.
Trical 815 Triticale
Trical 815 is a leafy triticale that is ideally suited to high quality forage production for lactating dairy cows and finishing beef. Its leaf to stem ratio is
quite high. It is excellent at uptaking and assimilating large amounts of nitrogen, making it a top choice for managing manure waste nutrients over the winter. Recommended seeding rate: 100-150 lb/A.
VNS Winter Rye
A Canadian rye that is leafier and later than local rye. Recommended seeding rate: 168 lb/A.
A short lived, lower cost red clover. Red clover is more drought tolerant and productive than white clover, but not quite as high quality. Use some of each for grazing. Red clover is more tolerant of wet soils and lower pH than alfalfa. Recommended seeding rate: 4-20 lbs/A.
Organic Common Medium Red Clover is pre-inoculated with Rhizobium bacteria for best nitrogen fixation.
Klondike Ladino Clover
A quick growing, large leaf clover. Its erect growth habit lets it compete well with other clovers, and it is very winter-hardy. Include with a pasture seeding or to overseed into pastures. Recommended seeding rate: 2-4 lbs/A.
Klondike is pre-inoculated with rhizobium bacteria for best nitrogen fixation.
A new medium height, medium leaf size white clover that flowers early. Recommended seeding rate: 2-4 lbs/A.
Liflex is pre-inoculated with Rhizobium bacterium for best nitrogen fixation.
A single cut red clover that is best for cover cropping applications. It is a high biomass producer and excellent for nitrogen fixation. It is best planted as a cover crop. Mammoth is more vigorous and tolerant of acidic soils than other clovers, and can reach up to three feet in maturity. Recommended seeding rate: 4-20 lbs/A.
Mammoth is pre-inoculated with Rhizobium bacteria for best nitrogen fixation.
Milvus Red Clover
A new red clover that is long lived and has spreading tendencies. Recommended seeding rate: 4-20 lbs/A.
Milvus must be inoculated with clover inoculant for best nitrogen fixation.
A mixture of our best perennial clovers. Contains approximately 50% Freedom! Red Clover, 25% Alice White Clover and 25% Regalgraze Ladino Clover. Great for frost seeding, inter- seeding pastures and thinning alfalfa fields. Can also be used to complement many of our all grass mixtures. Recommended seeding rate: 4-6 lbs/A.
Premium Clover Mix is pre-inoculated with Rhizobium bacteria for best nitrogen fixation.
Renegade Red Clover
Renegade is an erect, early flowering, double-cut red clover with improved resistance to southern anthracnose and downy mildew. Renegade is classified as semi-dormant in winter growth habit, and provides more grazing than Ladino clover during hot summer months. Recommended seeding rate: 4-20 lbs/A.
Renegade is pre-inoculated with Rhizobium bacteria for best nitrogen fixation.
Rivendel White Clover
Trials show that small leaved white clover is most persistent in permanent pastures under grazing management. Rivendel is a small-leaved very persistent variety. It has short rhizomes and short leaf growth, which makes it suitable for both cattle and sheep farming as it tolerates close grazing and maintains a high proportion of clover in the sward. In several trails though out Europe, Rivendel has shown its excellent resistance against strong and cold winter conditions. It has a good distribution of DM yields throughout the season and years with high relative yields compared to the standard variety in 3rd. and following years. Recommended seeding rate: 2-5 lbs/A.
Rivendel is pre-inoculated with Rhizobium bacteria for best nitrogen fixation.
Good for cover crop use; not recommended for forage use. Deep tap root. Helps break up compacted soils. Recommended seeding rate: 15-25 lbs/A.
Yellow Blossom Sweetclover must be inoculated with an alfalfa/sweetclover type inoculant for best nitrogen fixation.
Perun is a tetraploid variety of festulolium, Italian ryegrass type but with better persistence. The yield is high with relatively high sugar contents. Perun is utilized for silage as pure crop or in mixture with other grasses like perennial ryegrass, tall fescue types of festulolium and red clover. In such mixtures, Perun participates with high dry matter yield – especially in the 1st and 2nd harvest year – with very good quality. Recommended seeding rate: 30-40 lbs/A.
Laura is an excellent long lived variety of meadow fescue that we have been using for several years. Excellent component of pasture and some hay mixes. Recommended seeding rate: 35-45 lbs/A.
Preval is a medium maturity meadow fescue that combines good forage yield with improved resistance to diseases. Preval exhibits good winter hardiness and summer production, and will produce long, wide leaves making it an excellent choice for haying or pasture. Recommended seeding rate: 35-45 lbs/A.
An intermediate to late maturity orchardgrass, similar to Niva. Husar is winter hardy, and a top yielder in forage trials. Its medium to late heading coincides well with alfalfa maturity. Recommended seeding rate: 20-25 lbs/A.
Niva is a late heading orchardgrass that seems to take lower fertility well and has few disease problems. We recommend Niva to be used in Pennsylvania and further north. Recommended seeding rate: 20-25 lbs/A.
Perennial Forage Mixtures
Organic Dairy Green
Superior winter hardiness along with high palatability and quality describe this mix that will perform well on heavier soils. An excellent mix for soils that tend to be on the wetter side but will also tolerate drought well.
Organic Dairy Green is pre-inoculated with Rhizobium bacteria for best legume nitrogen fixation.
|Best uses:||Grazing & baleage/haylage|
|Seeding Rate:||25 to 35 lbs/A|
|Product Formula:||42% Meadow Fescue
31% Perennial Ryegrass
13% Premium Timothy
8% Red Clover
6% White Clover
An all grass mix that will give both high quality forage and yield across many soils. Can be seeded alone or with the legumes of your choice. Use the large box for the grasses and the small box for the legumes.
|Best uses:||Dry hay, baleage & haylage|
|Seeding Rate:||20 to 30 lbs/A without a legume
3 to 8 lbs/A with legumes.
NOTE: Reduce legume seeding rate by 25 to 50% from pure stand.
|Product Formula:||60% Kora Tall Fescue
25% Late-maturing Orchardgrass
15% European/Premium Timothy
Star is a well balanced grass clover mixture that is excellent for both grazing and baleage. This mixture will handle soil variability very well, although it is designed more for good-to-drier soils.
Organic Star is pre-inoculated with Rhizobium bacteria for best nitrogen fixation.
|Best uses:||Grazing & Baleage/Haylage|
|Seeding Rate:||25 to 30 lbs/A|
|Product Formula:||37% Late-heading Orchardgrass
27% Perennial Ryegrass
17% Meadow Fescue
7% Red Clover
6% White Clover
6% Premium Timothy
This new all grass mix is primarily designed to be seeded as a stand alone crop to be fed to horses, dry cows, heifers or even milking cows. Also a great complement for new alfalfa and/or clover seedings. Includes: 2 premium late heading orchardgrasses, and one early timothy along with a late timothy to throw a few timothy heads over multiple cuttings for hay marketing purposes. Put your legume in the small box and seed this grass mix in the large box.
|Best uses:||Dry hay, baleage and haylage|
|Seeding Rate:||15 to 20 lb/A as a stand alone seeding
5 to 10 lb/A with a new seeding of alfalfa and/or clover (reduce legume seeding rate by 25 to 50%)
|Product Formula:||80% Late Maturing Orchardgrass
20% European/Premium Timothy
Ryegrass – Italian, Intermediate
A tetraploid-diploid blend of European bred Italian Ryegrasses. If seeded in the spring in cooler climates it will make several cuttings per year of very high quality forage. Avoid droughty and/or low fertility soils. Recommended seeding rate: 35-45 lbs/A.
Storm combines the early spring growth and yield potential of Italian ryegrass with the quality, persistence and disease resistance of perennial ryegrass. Similar to a festulolium. Recommended seeding rate: 30-40 lbs/A.
Ryegrass – Perennial
Premium is an intermediate heading diploid variety that does well under lower nitrogen fertility. Superior winter and summer hardiness, strong spring growth. Recommended seeding rate: 40-50 lbs/A.
A late heading winter hardy European tetraploid type with high sugars. This variety has been in our test plots and looks super. It has early production even though it is late heading. We have been impressed with its density and how it takes the summer heat. Tivoli will work great to mix in with alfalfa in deeper soils. Tivoli is included in many of our pasture mixes. Recommended seeding rate: 40-50 lbs/A.
Ryegrass – Diploid-Tetraploid Perennial Blend
A tetraploid-diploid blend of European bred Perennial Ryegrasses. An excellent choice for overseeding pastures as part of a regular maintenance program. Perennial ryegrass, if seeded by itself, should be planted in cooler climates on fertile moist soils. Recommended seeding rate: 35-45 lbs/A.
A late, very high-yielding hay type tall fescue with improved digestibility. We do not recommend Kora for grazing dairy cows, but highly recommended for dairy-quality haylage. NDFd 72.8 at 48 hours. Great on less than ideal soils. Kora has impressed us with very high yields about everywhere we put it. In a Cornell trial it was #1 out of 48 tall fescues for a combination of yield and quality in two out of three locations. Kora works well mixed with alfalfa and helps it dry easier. Recommended seeding rate: 35-45 lbs/A.
A soft-leaf, improved European tall fescue. Lipalma has great sward density and rust resistance. Shows a good yield distribution over all cuts. Recommended seeding rate: 35-45 lbs/A.
The old standard variety for the Northeast USA. Mid maturity. (Not certified). Recommended seeding rate: 10-15 lbs/A.
A high-yielding and persistent hay-type European variety. Recommended seeding rate: 10-15 lbs/A.
An early maturing European timothy. Stable yield throughout the season, dense sward. Recommended seeding rate: 10-15 lbs/A.
Masters Choice Corn Hybrids
Masters Choice Organic Hybrids are bred with the same superior genetics used in the rest of the Masters Choice hybrid line. Unlike most of its competitors, Masters Choice focuses on serving conventional and organic demand. The majority of the Masters Choice hybrid line is non-GMO.
Like the rest of their product line, the organic hybrids are designed for livestock feeding and are nutritionally superior, with highly digestible, floury starch that ferments quickly and can be fed long before the standard vitreous hybrids are ready. The hybrids Masters Choice has selected to supply in organic show superior drought, pest and disease resistance.
Strong emergence and very good seedling vigor. A fast-growing hybrid with early flowering for quick finish. Outstanding yield potential with good northern movement.Recommended planting population: 28-34k.
RM 82. Standard.
Good silage tonnage and high yielding grain. Strong agronomics and stress tolerance. Excellent dry down for marketable grain. Recommended planting population: 28-24k.
RM 83. FEED FIRST.
Yield punch for both silage and grain. Outstanding emergence and seedling vigor, with impressive late season stay-green and eye appeal. Excellent choice for both north and south. Recommended planting population: 28-34k.
RM 90. FEED FIRST.
Outstanding yield punch for silage and grain. Robust plant with good stalks and roots. Performance stability with highly flexible ear type. Adapted to a wide array of soil types; caution on wetter soils. Recommended planting population: 28k-34k.
RM 92. FEED FIRST.
Great yield potential for silage and digestible grain, excellent plant health. It is a great hybrid for areas that commonly see Northern Corn Leaf Blight, Southern Corn Leaf Blight, or Gray Leaf Spot. An excellent hybrid for no-till and early planting, great seedling vigor. Ear flex makes it work well at low to moderate populations. Recommended planting population: 27k-32k.
RM 96. FEED FIRST.
Excellent silage yield potential. Semi-flex ears allow for various planting populations. Good emergence and seedling vigor. Positive yield response to higher populations. Excellent disease package. Recommended planting population: 28-34k.
RM 98. FEED FIRST.
Very good yield potential with ear flex and tip fill. Good tolerance for lighter soils. Very good emergence and seedling vigor. Good choice for moderately productive soils. Recommended planting population: 26-32k.
RM 100. FEED FIRST.
A best-selling hybrid that gives consistent top-end yield punch on full-flex white-cob ears. Enhanced silage and nutritional grain quality. Excellent choice for varying soil carrying capacity. Outstanding health and agronomics. Adapted to all tillage systems. 2016 2-time World Forage Analysis Superbowl Finalist! Recommended planting population: 26-32k.
RM 102. FEED FIRST
Strong emergence and seedling vigor for organic production and reduced tillage operations. Very good tonnage and bushels per acre with excellent nutritional qualities. Showy, robust plants with good eye appeal and a wide leaf that drives performance. Harvest promptly when ready for dry grain. Recommended planting population: 26-34k.
RM 103. FEED FIRST
Excellent grain digestibility, consistent quality and performance. High-sugar silage quality is top in the industry. Better southern movement and performance than 530. Plant first and harvest first to maximize performance and yield. Recommended planting population: 26-32k.
RM 107. FEED FIRST
Widely adapted for strong performing top end silage and grain yields. Solid stalk/excellent roots contribute to excellent late season standability. Deep kernels, open husk on large, girthy ears. Rugged drought and stress tolerance for consistent performance. A great choice for early planting in organic systems. Excellent option if applying cover crops in season with corn. Very good for hand-picked corn. Recommended planting population: 26-32k.
RM 108. FEED FIRST
Consistent performance under varying soil types and management. Widely adapted with good southern movement. Great ear flex and girth at moderate populations. Performs well in stress situations as well as high-yielding environments. Recommended planting population: 28-34k.
RM 100. FEED FIRST
High yielding performance grain and silage. Great combination of agronomics, plant health, dark green color, and ear flex. Hybrid package adapted to varying soil types and grower management. Good choice for delayed harvest and continuous corn options.Recommended planting population: 26-34k.
RM 111. FEED FIRST