Kentucky Bluegrass is a highly palatable grass that tolerates heavy traffic and close, frequent grazing better than other cool-season grasses, making it well adapted for permanent pastures. It grows best during cool, moist weather on well-drained, fertile soils. It is slow to establish but spreads to form a dense sod. It is relatively low yielding and has poor drought and heat tolerance. It is often used as a turf grass on lawns.
Ginger Grazing Bluegrass
Great for Grazing
- Excellent early spring green-up and forage production
- Performs well under a variety of management regimes
- Tolerant of close grazing
- Palatable and nutritious for all livestock
- Seed 4-10 lbs/acre in a mix or 30 lbs/acre straight
Concerto Kentucky Bluegrass -NEW!
- Improved disease and drought resistance
- Good seedling vigor, quick establishment
- Excellent for Upper-Midwestern lawn seeding