Smooth Meadow Irrigated Mix

This cool-season seed mix encompasses the yield and quality of meadow brome combined with the aggressiveness and drought tolerance of smooth brome to form a high-yielding pasture mix. By blending these two brome grasses with Orchardgrass and Festulolium, this mix will deliver high-quality forage with excellent winter hardiness. For use in all soil types, this seed mix requires irrigation to gain maximum benefit from all the grasses.

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Mix contains:

25% Meadow Brome

Bunchgrass with germination in 10-14 days. Meadow Brome is a long-lived perennial that recovers rapidly from grazing. It is very palatable and highly productive.

25% Spring Green Festulolium

Bunchgrass with germination in 7-14 days. A perennial derived from a cross between Italian ryegrass and meadow fescue. The ease of establishment and management, drought resistance, rapid regrowth and good disease resistance are combined with season long productivity and high forage quality in this grass.

20% Manchar Smooth Brome

Sod-forming grass with germination in 10-14 days. Smooth brome is resistant to drought and extremes in temperature. Lincoln smooth brome is the most widely used of the cultivated brome grasses. Grown throughout most of the US.

20% Crown Royale Orchardgrass

Bunchgrass with germination in 14-21 days. It is one of the earliest species to exhibit growth in the spring, making tremendous forage potential during cool conditions. Performs well on multi-textured soils. Found throughout the west, this grass is great forage and hay producer.

10% Garrison Creeping Foxtail (Coated Seed)

Sod Forming grass with germination in 10-14 days. This long-lived perennial is very winter hardy and recovers from grazing due to a vigorous, rhizomatous root structure. Creeping foxtail is palatable to all classes of livestock and widely used for pasture.


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