The name “Festulolium” is a combination of Lolium, the genus of ryegrass, and Festuca, the genus of fescue. That makes sense, because this cool-season forage grass combines good qualities from each.
Festulolium is best utilized in grazing environments. Along with perennial ryegrass, it is well-suited to heavy grazing. Festulolium seeds should be planted at 30 to 35 lbs. per acre alone, or at 5 to 15 lbs. per acre if included in a combination with other species. These other species could include clovers, birdsfoot trefoil or grasses like tall fescue, meadow fescue or orchardgrass. Taller species in the seeding mix should be avoided.
Planting Guides And Seed Information
For more information about seeds and planting, please consult the following guides and information sheets.