Ginger Kentucky Bluegrass
A excellent choice of grass used for pasture grazing. This choice provides food and cover for wildlife not to mention it has a hearty ability to grazed down to the bottom of the stem. Ginger Kentucky bluegrass is often found to give off a stunning blue-green color. . It is also found that growing this will help build soil and give great cover as a rotation crop. In the end this helps build soils and hopefully give more productive pastures or farm land as a proper crop rotation program. Its been utilized in pastures in the Midwest for many years. It should be mixed with other grasses. It is high in forage quality, matures early in the season, and tolerates grazing if not over grazing. It’s very persistent grass and with early spring maturation and great leaf yields.
Growth Height: Ginger Kentucky Bluegrass is rated as high yield so this makes it great with tall growing mixes.
Ginger Kentucky Bluegrass:
-Very Quick Establishment
- Early Maturing
- Good persistence & winter hardiness
- Growth for a bluegrass is considered medium.
- Excellent Resistance to Crown rust
Suggested seeding rate is 15 lbs per acre, 2 to 10 pounds in a mix
Plant at a 1/4 " deep