Gala Grazing Brome
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- Gala is recognized as a perennial grass of value for persistence in hot, dry conditions.
- Gala is a zero endophyte, dense tillered, deep rooted, bunchgrass with excellent seedling vigour. This makes Gala an ideal choice for horse grazing.
- In the dry summer regions, Gala continues to perform better than traditional pasture species as both a quality feed and ground cover.
- Gala is active in the cooler months and survives long dry periods. Gala persists in frequently rotated or grazed pasture.
- Gala has the ability to tolerate a wide range of climatic and soil conditions having survived drought in the southwest and frost in the Great Basin and intermountain regions.
- As a zero endophyte perennial grass, Gala is a suitable option for horse pastures as it is palatable and safe for grazing. Gala is tolerant of the close, continuous grazing found in most horse pasture scenarios.
- Outstanding animal performance
- Excellent production levels
- Persistent and tolerant of hard grazing
- Rapid recovery from grazing
- Very good drought tolerance
- No risk of endophyte related stock health problems
- Plant at 25-30 pounds per acre
- Plant at a depth of 1/4 to 1/2 inch. Where possible cross drill and roll. If broadcasting the seed increase your planting rate 20%
- Gala performs best on well drained, fertile soils, avoid planting into soils that become water logged.
- Gala can be planted at any time provided the soil temperature remains above 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Preferably, the seed bed should be firm and moist at the time of planting similar to that of Alfalfa.
- Gala is compatible with white clover, plantain, red clover and chicory