Peredovik sunflowers, commonly referred to as black oil sunflowers, are relished by dove, quail and turkey for their oily seeds. One of the most often planted seeds for attracting dove, Peredoviks are also a good broadleaf component of cover crop blends.
Daikon Radish is grown for its large, conical root used for human consumption in gardens and for wildlife/livestock forage. Maybe most popular and known as a "tillage radish" in cover crop blends, since the root is very useful for breaking through soil hardpan and all allowing better nutrient and soil movement in the soil.
Apache was bred be more resistant to several viruses that were decimating older Arrowleaf Clover varieties, making it more productive and vigorous than many varieties available at that time. Good for hay/pasture production, wildlife and cover crops/soil improvement.
Blackhawk is the newest arrowleaf clover variety currently available. It is resistant to more viruses and fungal diseases than any other arrowleaf variety on the market. Excellent production for forage pastures, wildlife and cover crops/soil improvement.