Egyptian Wheat Seed
Egyptian wheat is a member of the sorghum family. This crop produces a slender stalk that can reach 7 to 10 feet tall with a large seed head.
Narrow plots are preferred when using in a food plot as a barrier. Egyptian wheat matures late providing additional food and cover for wildlife.
Egyptian wheat is mostly used for screening in food plots but can provide food and cover for all wildlife types.
Seed rate: 8 to 10 LB per acre
Depth: 1 inch
Planting date: May to June