Buck Busters Seed Company 

Buck Busters Naked Oats Seed Mix

Avena nuda
" GROWS IN A WIDE VARIETY OF ENVIRONMENTS
" TENDER AND MORE PALATABLE
" MORE NUTRITIOUS THAN CONVENTIONAL OATS
" PROVIDES 35% MORE COVERAGE PER POUND
" PRODUCES HIGH QUALITY FORAGE FOR FALL, WINTER, AND SPRING

Naked oats (Avena nuda) are a cereal grain first grown in central Asia around 100 B.C. Currently, they are grown world-wide because they are the most nutritionally packed cereal grain available on the market. The name, "naked oats", was adopted because the grain is hull-less once it is harvested.

Nutritional benefits of Buck Busters Seed Company Naked Oats include higher protein, fat, and phosphorus, greater palatability, and high digestibility. Deer prefer naked oats for their sweeter taste and smoother texture. Another advantage to Buck Busters Seed Company Naked Oats is the value of obtaining more seeds per pound due to the lack of the hull. Naked Oats also provide greater drought tolerance than traditional oats thus increasing production in a wider range of environmental conditions. Our oats have been field-tested for cold tolerance to 0F. Buck Busters Seed Company Naked Oats are ideal forage for deer and an excellent food source for upland game birds such as turkeys and quail in the spring.

Planting Recommendations for Buck Busters Naked Oats

  1. Optimum planting time in most locations in the Southeast is September 1 - November 1, the earlier the better.

  2. Planting rate is 50 lbs. per acre (much less than conventional oats).

  3. Soil tests are recommended. A pH of 6.0 - 7.0 is desirable.

  4. Prepare a good seed bed by disking or tilling as deeply as possible; the better the seed bed, the better the results.

  5. Seeds can be drilled or broadcast and should be planted at a depth of 1/2 - 1 1/2 inches.

  6. Fertilizer recommendations:
    If soil tests are not available, we recommend applying 13-13-13 at 100 lbs per acre. Then apply ammonium nitrate at 140 lbs per acre or urea at 100 lbs per acre. It is best to incorporate the fertilizer into the soil by disking or tilling before seeding.

Naked Oats Plants
Naked Oats Crop