Sunflower, Black Perodovik - Item #11625

Sunflower, Black Perodovik - Item #11625

Perodovik Sunflowers are popular feed items with birds of every description. They tend to be tall growing and produce compact seedheads reaching several inches on some varieties. Sunflowers can be grown with almost any wildlife food plot and provide a high oil content seed needed for the healthy growth of all wildlife species. Ducks, Doves and other migratory birds get a lot of energy needed for recovery along their travel routes.  Sunflowers are very site adaptive and will grow from 2 to 4+ feet high in almost any soil. They can be planted in rows or even broadcast in small or large acreage.


Planting dates: April 1 - June 30.

Planting rate:1 to 2 lbs per 1,000 sq. ft. for small plots.

Broadcast rate: 75 to 100 lbs per acre

Drill Rate: 50 to 70 lbs per acre

Coverage Depth: 1/2 inch.

Days to maturity: 80-100 days