A shorter-height, sod-forming grass that makes a nice, smooth-looking pasture. Bluegrass spreads by rhizomes and can survive very short grazing. The majority of its forage production is in the spring and fall, with its yields usually being relatively low compared to most other pasture species. Its persistence is excellent, but establishment is slow. Bluegrass seed is very fine, and a little seed goes a long way.
Sows 15 lbs per acre for pasture .