Orchard Grass


Orchardgrass is a bunch-type grass used primarily for hay production although the newer varieties are holding up very well under managed grazing. Combined with legumes and/or other grasses orchardgrass is a staple in forage production.
























Triton is a 3-way blend of med-late maturing orchardgrass varieties with enhanced disease resistance to ensure seedling vigor, persistent plant health, and excellent yield potential. Summer heat tolerance combined with good fall productivity and excellent winter-hardiness make it an ideal choice for grazing, hay production, and as a companion with alfalfa. It also mixes well with other cool-season grasses like tall fescue, perennial ryegrass, and timothy.



Extend is a late maturing orchardgrass that is perfect for alfalfa or clover hay mixtures. Extend combines superior yield with great palatability and excellent plant vigor.



A med-late maturing orchardgrass variety used for grazing, hay production or in mixes. Selected for superior winter survival with improved stem rust resistance and high forage yield potential, Blizzard is widely adapted throughout the United States.