Dwarf Siberian kale is a short plant with a broad canopy.  Mature plants are less than 20 inches tall with a total canopy width of up to 2 feet.  Plants are resistant to lodging.  The highly palatable forage can be grazed 70 to 90 days after planting.

Planting Rate: April-August (April-June; Mid July-August)
Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2 inch
Approximate Seeds per Pound: 144,000
Planting Rate in Pure Stand: 3-5 pounds per acre
Planting Rate in Mixture: 1-2 pounds per acre
Fertilizer: Apply 50 pounds N at seeding; P & K according to soil test
pH: Minimum 5.5