Timothy

CHARACTERISTICS
Variety Climax
Planting Rate 6-8 LBS per Acre
Seed Count 1,230,000 Seeds per LB
Botanical Name Phleum pratense
Preferred Sites Mesic Soils
Grazing Value Very Good
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Description

Timothy

Is an introduced cool season forage type grass that is native to Europe. Timothy is a short-lived perennial and is widely used in the Northern U.S. and Mountainous West and thrives in deep, fertile, loamy, silty, clayey soils of humid zones.

 

  • Preferred by livestock as a palatable and high quality forage grass
  • Short-lived cool-season bunch grass
  • Thrives well with less competitive legumes such as alfalfa or Birdsfoot Trefoil
  • Effective as a component in filter strip, waterway or other erosion control mix
  • Grows in erect culms 20 to 40 in tall
  • Commonly used in nesting, brood rearing, and escape cover mixes
  • If enough moisture exists, it is adaptable in many types of soils and climates

 

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