Ginger Kentucky Bluegrass
- Forage specific variety
- Dense sod, high yield; excellent in pasture
- Very early spring greenup and forage production
$31.50 - $240.00
A short-to-medium height, long-lived, highly palatable, perennial grass. It spreads via rhizomes to form a dense sod. Pastures composed of Kentucky bluegrass mixed with legumes have higher nutritional values than pure grass pastures.
Ideal for permanent pastures that are continuously grazed. It tolerates close and frequent grazing better than other cool-season forage grasses. Especially well-suited for horse pastures
Grows best during cool, moist weather on well-drained, fertile soils.
It is slightly slower to establish than many other cool-season grasses. However, once established, it spreads quickly via extensive rhizome production.
March-May, Aug. 15-31
Seeding: 30 lbs/acre alone for pasture or 4-10 lbs/acre in a mix. 100-150 lbs alone for lawns.