Sow 15 lbs per acre
Leafy, fine-stemmed, tall perennial bunch grass that has been used widely and is a cultivar of common Timothy. Timothy is a relatively short-lived, cool-season perennial that has a shallow, compact, and fibrous root system. Used primarily for hay but is also used for pasture and silage. It is palatable and nutritious. Makes a great companion grass for alfalfa or clover. Timothy thrives best in righ, moist bottomlands and in finer texture soils, such as clay loams. It does not do well in coarser soils. Known to suffer under excessive heat and drought conditions.