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Timothy Bunch Grass Seed (Claire)

Timothy Bunch Grass Seed (Claire)

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  • Materials: seeds, plants, grass, nature, green, environmental, natural
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Plant 10 - 15 Lbs. per Acre

Timothy is a bunchgrass that grows 2-4 feet tall. It grows best in cooler climates. Timothy is used primarily as a hay crop. When planted in the majority of Tennessee conditions, summer droughts cause stand reduction. Stands are not expected to last more than 3-4 years. It is a popular hay crop for horses, although orchard grass and tall fescue can also be used successfully.

Use for Pasture

Where adapted, Timothy grass is commonly used for pastures. Spring growth is not too early although yield and palatability are very high. Leafy shoots are of excellent quality. Like smooth bromegrass, however, the main growth occurs in early summer and the tall shoots are easily overgrazed. Pasture rotation is critical and a much greater area is required after mid-July to compensate for decreased growth rate.

This grass is palatable to cattle and horses at all stages of growth. Deer and elk appear to only graze mature timothy plants after other grasses have been used. As a pasture plant, it is relatively short-lived and stands are soon depleted unless provision is made for natural or artificial reseeding. It produces an open sod that is easily weakened if heavily grazed.
Plant 10 - 15 Lbs. per Acre

Timothy is a bunchgrass that grows 2-4 feet tall. It grows best in cooler climates. Timothy is used primarily as a hay crop. When planted in the majority of Tennessee conditions, summer droughts cause stand reduction. Stands are not expected to last more than 3-4 years. It is a popular hay crop for horses, although orchard grass and tall fescue can also be used successfully.

Use for Pasture

Where adapted, Timothy grass is commonly used for pastures. Spring growth is not too early although yield and palatability are very high. Leafy shoots are of excellent quality. Like smooth bromegrass, however, the main growth occurs in early summer and the tall shoots are easily overgrazed. Pasture rotation is critical and a much greater area is required after mid-July to compensate for decreased growth rate.

This grass is palatable to cattle and horses at all stages of growth. Deer and elk appear to only graze mature timothy plants after other grasses have been used. As a pasture plant, it is relatively short-lived and stands are soon depleted unless provision is made for natural or artificial reseeding. It produces an open sod that is easily weakened if heavily grazed.

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(283)
  • Reviewed by Krysta
    5 out of 5 stars
    Dec 11, 2017
    Great, thanks :)
    Timothy Bunch Grass Seed (Claire)

  • Reviewed by Judith D Rehard
    5 out of 5 stars
    Aug 27, 2018
    Shipped timely. No problems with this company.
    Argentine Bahia Pasture Grass

  • Reviewed by Bernard McAteer
    5 out of 5 stars
    Jul 24, 2018
    It actually work as stated. I was very impressed. Raged the ground, spread the seed, covered with peat moss and watered. After only about three or four days seed started to show through peat moss. Tried other seed without success .
    Thanks for this product
    Argentine Bahia Pasture Grass

  • Reviewed by hexonyx
    5 out of 5 stars
    Nov 21, 2017
    Came very quickly, as ordered!
    Red River Crabgrass Seed

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