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Timothy grass

Phleum pratense

 

Timothy grass is a perennial, high-yielding tall grass with loose tussocks. In comparison to other grass species, its importance for cultivation is moderate. It has a restrained initial development and grows relatively slowly after being cut. It is stable, not sensitive to cold and moisture, and can adapt to most sites. It is a valuable component of mixtures containing clover and alfalfa. Due to its low crowding-out effect with respect to slow-growing short grasses, it does well in mixtures for new plantings of meadows and pastures in locations that are not too dry.

 

Category: Grasses and legumes

  • Sowing and fertilising instructions
    Sowing rate:

    15 kg/ha

    Distance between rows:

    15–20 cm

    Sowing period:

    until end of August

    Sowing depth:

    1–2 cm