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Perennial Ryegrass (Also Available In Organic)

Perennial Ryegrass is a fine leafed grass with exceptional palatability. Perennial Ryegrass is often planted for hay or pasture mixes. Perennial Ryegrass should be kept at a lower percentage in mixtures because it can become too aggressive in the spring in comparison to other Grasses and Legumes.

Characteristics

Persistence
Medium
Flooding Tolerance
High
Drought Tolerance
Medium
Winter Hardiness
Medium
Palatability
High
Yield Potential
High
Grazing Tolerance
High
Suitable Soil Types
Sand | Loam | Clay (bar goes partially through sand and fully through Loam and Clay)
Planting Depth
1/4 - 1/2 inch
Cutting Height
3 Inches
Seeds Per lb
220000
PH. Level
6 - 7.5

Tetrasweet Tetraploid Ryegrass

  • High energy sugar content
  • Exceptional yield
  • Above average winter-hardiness
  • Late maturity
  • Endophyte free