Meroa Italian Ryegrass

Italian Ryegrass

Italian ryegrass differs from annual ryegrass in its timing of maturity. Italian ryegrass is a biennial in most regions but here in the Southeast, it acts as a very late-maturing annual crop—excellent for grazing, baleage, or dry hay. Due to maturity timing, it is a better option for dry hay than most annual ryegrass varieties. It has inconsistent fall growth and tolerates wet feet better than most winter annuals.

  • Meroa


    Capture quality for longer! Meroa is a tetraploid Italian variety that heads out up to one month after traditional annual ryegrass varieties.

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