Reports from the recent meeting of the National Seed Trade Association indicate that orchardgrass, tall fescue and clover seed supplies will be limited in 2008, according to the Penn State Field Crop News. The shortage, expected to last for a couple of years, is due to seed fields in Oregon and overseas being taken out of production at the same time that overseas demand was rising. Marvin Hall, Penn State extension forage specialist, advises producers who intend to plant these crops next year to buy early to lock in current prices and to make sure they get the varieties they want.