Flecha Tall Fescue
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- Flecha is a unique winter-active Mediterranean tall fesue. It is drought tolerant and persistent.
- This fescue becomes dormant during summer and recovers quickly in autumn for winter and spring growth. For these reasons it is ideally suited to regions with dry, hot summers where persistent pastures are required.
- Flecha is best allowed to establish in the first winter with planned or light grazing. This provides the root establishment required for peristence in following years. Likewise, Flecha should regrow, before summer, to restore its energy reserves
- Flecha, like all perennial grasses, requires adequate soil Phosphorus (P) levels for a successful seeding.
Flecha is a viable alternative to Harding grass, Alfalfa or Orchardgrass.
Flecha is a complement to any dryland seeding mixture, in pasture and as a perennial covercrop in vines and trees.
Flecha is NOT for horses / Not to be used as horse pasture.
- Seed at 5-10 lbs per acre as part of the grass/forb mixture.
- Recommended companion species include annual clovers,Tonic Plantain, Gala Brome and Atom Prairie Grass.
- Flecha tall fescue is normally sown in fall, following adequate rainfall. A fine firm seedbed is best for establishment results. Direct drilling may be used with care given to sowing depth. Broadcasting without soil incorporation and aerial sowing are recommended only if the seed is enhanced with a coating for moisture retention and root establishment.