Memory weak just know, someone asked, so, from Oregon:
> We've now settled on mixes of grains & annual rye, for several reasons.
> This type of mix can be either grazed by other animals early in the
> spring to maintain grazing height, or mowed. Either treatment may
> stimulate the grains to "tiller"out, enhancing root growth & additional
> leaf growth. Cereal rye has some alleleopathic effects on weed seeds,
> diminishing their ability to germinate. This type of mix may also be
> established much later in the season, an important aspect in a climate
> that often sees little precipitation during the growing season until well
> into October when light levels are much diminished.
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