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Marquise Meadow Fescue
Exhibits many facets to out shine other grass varieties. Excellent drought tolerance for dry season conditions. Exceptional forage quality. Ideal for wet soils. Wide soft leaf. When you use Marquis Meadow Fescue your PROFITS are measured in DIAMONDS! Seed at 35-40 lbs. alone, 15-20 lbs. in mixes, 3-8 lbs. with legumes.
PREVAL Meadow Fescue
Use in forage blends to improve summer productivity for grazing or hay. Medium-maturity. Excellent palatability and digestibility. Excellent for rotational grazing. High yield with wide, succulent leaves. Good regrowth. Tolerates wet soil and close grazing. Seed at 35-45 lbs. alone, 10-15 lbs. in mixes.
Swaj Soft Leaf Tall Fescue
SWAJ is a Nordic tall fescue bred for its winterhardiness; specifically, its tolerance to harsh winter conditions characterized by frost, snow and ice. Selected for soft-leaved palatability and feed quality, SWAJ provides improved digestibility and more pounds of gain. Its’ ideal maturity provides complimentary timing and blend compatibility with most hay and pasture uses. SWAJ has a bunch type growth habit, average flag leave size and tall plant height delivering more biomass. A strong disease package includes resistance to crown rust.
TETON II Tall Fescue
Teton II is fast establishing, exceptionally high yielding, medium maturing, soft leaf tall fescue that is an upright variety with a broad crown, very resistant to diseases. Teton II is well adapted for hay and pasture production and shows excellent persistence. Teton II is endophyte free. Teton II is best suited to high fertility and heavy soils and can withstand acid, alkaline as well as poorly drained soils. Best growth is achieved during spring and fall seasons, with moderate growth during the summer season.