Meadow Fescue

Information

Very valuable fodder grass, durable, tall, loose. Recommended for cultivation on moist, compact and richly fertilized soils, especially with nitrogen. This species tolerates harsh winters and spring frosts well. Copes well with periodic droughts and short-term flooding. This species is sensitive to weeds. Meadow fescue is a species, present in almost every mixture with grasses and papilionaceous plants. Ideally suited to both seeding on meadows and permanent pastures, and as a short-term field crop. The share of this variety in mixtures should be from 10% (dry soil) to 50% of seeds sown.

Varieties

Amelka
New fodder grass, early. Intended for mowing on meadows Intended for mowing on meadows. It is characterized by a very fast regrowth after mowing.
Anturka
A new medium-early variety, which combines high yields of green and dry matt er with very high seed yields. Intended for mowing-meadows and fields. Characterized by a very fast regrowth after mowing, it is a variety with high health and very good durability. It has medium-high climate and agrotechnical requirements and medium soil requirements
Gerda
Grass intended for mowing-meadows and fields. Gerda is a medium-early variety with good resistance to droughts, very well regrowing after mowing. It combines high biomass yields with good reproductive capacity. With medium-high climate and agrotechnical requirements and medium soil requirements
Wanda
A fodder variety intended for mowing-meadows. Wanda is a medium-early variety with good resistance to droughts. It combines high biomass yields with good reproductive capacity. With medium-high climate and agrotechnical requirements and medium soil requirements
Tyfonka
A new variety of meadow fescue. Medium early, very healthy and fertile, both in terms of seed yield and bio-mass.