-Peredovik Black Sunflowers are an oilseed crop that are a favorite of bird species.
-This tall growing plant can reach up to six feet tall and reaches maturity in about 80-100 days
-Compared to other sunflower varieties, black oilseed sunflowers are noted for their higher oil content and meatier seeds which provide greater nutrition benefits.
-Game birds and songbirds will flock to these plants as they reach maturity and produce seeds for them to eat.
-Black Sunflowers are a favorite of dove, quail, pheasant, turkey and songbirds.
Planting Rate: 10-15 lbs/acre
Seeding Depth: 1/2 inch
Sun Requirement: full sun
Life Cycle: annual
Primary Uses: cover crop, wildlife, pollinator friendly
Supported Species: cattle, hogs, poultry, upland game birds, song birds, bee/pollinators