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GOTCHA PLUS Long Term Growing Haygrazer,
50 lb Bag
Estimated 18,000 per lb. 25-35% more digestible than conventional hay grazers.

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Plant 35-50 lbs. per acre of Got-Cha Plus

Plant 28"-36" field rows 12-20 lbs. per acre

Photo: Fast-Grass 5 on Left, Got-Cha Plus on Right

Plant 75-90 lbs. Per Acre of Fast Grass 5

Picture: Fast Grass 5 on the left side with normal growth at the 45 day head emerge a 5 way cross.
Picture: Got-Cha Plus on right side with gene delay long term sensitive growth built in for higher forage production and maximum proteins.
Got-Cha Plus Head emerge at 70-85 days. Compared to head emerge in 45 days on conventional hay grazers type.

Gotcha Plus gives the highest levels of digestibility and animal performance per pound. Gotcha Plus has a relative feed quality comparable to alfalfa's making an excellent choice for a summer annual grass.

Seeding:
Drill 25 to 50 lbs. per acre from mid-May to July. If broadcasting sow 35-50 lbs per acre. Soil temperatures should be at least 60+ degrees and rising. Can be no-tilled into spring and late fall crops.

Fertility:
For normal usage we recommend that Gotcha receive a minimum of 60-65 units of Nitrogen at or before planting time and that a top dressing of at least 20-34 units of Nitrogen be applied after each cutting. We recommend that no more than 180 units of N be applied throughout the growing season. Phosphorous, potassium, micronutrients. Always soil test your ground. Without soil testing apply 350-400 lbs per acre of 17-17-17 or a 1-1-1 type fertilizer.

Harvest:
Usually harvested first time at or around 50-60 days after seeding product.
Subsequent cuttings will be at approximately 40-45 day intervals depending upon temperature and water supply.

Greenchop:
An excellent choice for greenchop for feeding beef and dairy cows as well as sheep and goats. The rapid growth potential improves management options and optimizes production per unit area of cropland.

Direct grazing:
Works well as a grazed forage feeding crop. Rotational grazing will maximize the productivity of this crop.
See outstanding weight gains (up to 3 lb/day for 500-600 weight calves) on calves grazing any of our BMR type hay grazers.