Diploid Perennial Ryegrass
A high forage producing, quick germinating and establishing but somewhat short-lived bunchgrass. Tetraploid varieties are normally used on pasture and range lands. Not strongly winter hardy. Does best where there is precipitation of 15” or more. It can be found at elevations up to 9,500 ft. Diploid characteristics: Diploids have more tillers because of lower water content per cell. Diploids have more energy than tetraploid and a higher dry matter per kg of feed.
|Growth Habit:||Bunch grass|