Fodder grass works best on moderately moist soils. It has a higher durability than Italian ryegrass. It is characterized by large amounts of green mass and very good nutritional parameters. Works best on rich sandy loam soils with a pH of 6-6.5. Strongly reacts to abundant mineral fertilization and irrigation. The best growing site is followed by legumes and root crops. However, it’s successful after all plants. In field cultivation it can be used for 2-3 years. It is useful for cultivating in pure stand or in mixtures with red clover and lucerne, for green fodder, hay, haylage and as an aftercrop plant.