Similar to Linn ryegrass, but has faster regrowth after cutting or grazing. However, it is less persistent than Linn ryegrass. Grows best in regions with mild winters.
Application Rate: 25-35 lb/acre or 1-3 lb/1000 sq ft.
Inoculant: None needed
Germination: 5-7 Days
Plant Height: 1-2'
Days to Maturity: 4-6 weeks
Uses: Erosion control, forage, turfgrass
Facts to Note: Requires summer irrigation, performs best in fertile soil. Can be planted in the spring or fall. Most productive and nutritious when grazed with 6-8 inches of growth. Livestock should be removed when plants have been grazed to 3 inches.
Winter weather has arrived, and your topsoil has noticed! No matter where you live, how mild your climate, or how landscaped your yard, your land is constantly being subjected to the forces of erosion. …