Other perennial grasses include a number of different species such as Tall Fescue, Cockfoot and Phalaris. These species are used for long term pastures and are very persistent under varying conditions when accompanied with good management.

    Perennial grasses, Tall Fescue

    Ability continental tall fescue has a breeding background of winter and summer active tall fescue and Italian ryegrass. This breeding,

    Rainfall

    600

    +

    Maturity

    Very Early

    Perennial grasses, Cocksfoot

    Agronomy Guidelines Paddock preparations Best sown into a cultivated seedbed but can be direct drilled. Cultivate seed bed if ground

    Rainfall

    400

    +

    Maturity

    Mid

    Perennial grasses, Tall Fescue

    AGRONOMY GUIDELINES Paddock preparations Best sown into a cultivated seedbed but can be direct drilled. Cultivate seed bed if ground

    Rainfall

    450

    +

    Maturity

    Mid

    Perennial grasses, Phalaris

    Agronomy Guidelines Paddock preparations Best sown into a cultivated seedbed but can be direct drilled. Cultivate seed bed if ground

    Rainfall

    500

    +

    Maturity

    Early-mid