Tetragrain Perennial Ryegrass Seed is more persistent than annual Ryegrass Seed but less persistent in the Midwest than other cool season grass species. It tillers more profusely but is lower growing than annual Ryegrass and will not form a seed head in the seeding year. It is more susceptible to a summer slump than annual Ryegrass. Perennial Ryegrass will head early under dry conditions after the seeding year. Perennial Ryegrass Seed is used for erosion control, sports, lawns, and pastures.
Season: Cool Season
Seeding & Growth
Drilled: 25 lb/A
Dates: After last threat of frost in the spring, 3-10 weeks prior to average first frost in the fall