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Free Garden Seed Catalog

Most of our seeds, with the exception of our retail packets, are sent to you in moisture resistant re-closable bags. Each bag is sized for the amount of seed inside and can keep the seed safe year after year with proper storage.

Large Red Cherry Hot Pepper Seeds

Cow Horn hot pepper features 6-10” hot, slender, curved pods that resemble a cow’s horn. Green to red. 75 days.

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Chiltepin Pepper Seeds

Capsicum annuum unless otherwise noted.
4,000 seeds/oz.; 21-26 days, 72°F.
Start early indoors and transplant well after last frost. Grow seedlings at 62°F night temperature and 70°F day temperature. Lower temperatures permanently reduce plant productivity.

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Just recently the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, or K-State Research and Extension for short, released a publication that details which cover crops are poisonous to cattle. The publication also provides information on which plants can potentially cause metabolic disorders.

Are you aware of the dangers potentially growing in your cattle’s grazing pasture? If you’re considering planting a cover crop for forage, or unaware of which plants can be toxic to cattle, then this article is for you.

Plants Poisonous to Cattle

A driving force for releasing the publication is the idea that some producers could be feeding their cattle toxic plants without even knowing it. Producers need to be aware of which plants could harm their cattle and other livestock. This publication seeks to arm producers with this vital information.

For the full publication click here. Here is a summarized list of the toxic plants to cattle discussed in detail in the publication:

K-State Grazing Management: Toxic Plants Summary