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Bred for spring vigor and summer regrowth, Catapult comes out of the ground fast with rapid recovery after cutting. Its superior stand persistence lasts all-season and continues year after year. Ideal companion for legumes, other forage grasses, or as a pure stand.
Late maturing cultivar that has been selected for yield and persistence. Tolerant of adverse conditions and works well in a single or double cut hay situation. Useful for managing cutting schedules, with heading date 2-3 days after Climax, it enables the grower to maintain higher quality in later harvests. Seed at 8-10 lbs. alone, 4-6 lbs. in mixes.
Farm Science Genetics®. Medium-late maturity. Signifi cant forage yield advantage over Climax. Excellent spring vigor and plant health. Strong summer regrowth after cutting. Very winter-hardy and palatable. Excellent with legumes or where later hay harvests occur due to wet soil conditions. Seed at 8-10 lbs. alone, 4-6 lbs. in mixes.
Saddlebred Timothy is a variety selected for its earlier maturing characteristics. It is well suited for the farmer looking for the many advantages of Climax, but would like earlier maturity. Saddlebred has been bred in competition with other grasses and legumes, and therefore, makes it reliable in all grass mixtures. Saddlebred, in dry matter yield tests has out yielded other timothy varieties, including Climax, by 5-10%. Saddlebred is highly resistant to leaf rust, leaf spot and
purple eyespot. Seed at 8-10 lbs. alone, 4-6 lbs. in mixes.
Farm Science Genetics®. Superior for hay or grazing. Early maturing, leafy, great palatability, improved summer regrowth. Works well in pure stands or with legumes. Excellent spring vigor. Winter- hardy. Seed at 8-10 lbs. alone, 4-6 lbs. in mixes.