Timothy (Phleum pratense) is a perennial grass and it produces 4-6 years and even longer.
This plant is modest, well adaptable to growing conditions. One of the most durable grasses in peat soils, tolerates the wet, short-term flooding meadows.
Timothy is best grown in humus-rich sandy loam soils. It has a very good winter hardiness.
Timothy are mainly for conservation with a high first cut, however it is also well-suited for grazing. Regrowth capacity is medium. Recommended for sowing with late red clover.
Sowing rate: 12-14 kg / ha
Seeds are certified according to the Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 152 and the European Union directives.