Forage Seed

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  • Kaitlyn Brand Timothy

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  • Kaitlyn Brand Timothy is a blend of very hardy Timothys. It is similar to Comtal in its characteristics and ability to produce high quality forage. Kaitlyn Brand differs from Comtal in maturity.

    • Intermediate maturity rate: good for 3-4 cut program
    • High quality forage
    • Suited for cooler climates; does not perform well in drought or heat-prone areas
    • Use for hay, pasture, silage and waterways.
    • Upright growing plant with new growth from tillers and corms

    Establishment:
    Test soil and apply recommended lime and fertilizer prior to planting. It has a shallow, fibrous root system that does not allow Timothy to compete well. It may be seeded alone or with a legume and/or other grasses.

    Seeding Rate:
    Drilled: 4-6 lbs./acre
    Broadcast: 6-10 lbs./acre
    In Mixtures: 2-3 lbs./acre

    Seeding Depth:
    1/4″ – 1/2″ deep in well prepared, firm seedbed

    Soil Types:
    Best adapted to loam and clay soils; pH 6.0-7.0.

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  • Kaitlyn Brand Timothy is a blend of very hardy Timothys. It is similar to Comtal in its characteristics and ability to produce high quality forage. Kaitlyn Brand differs from Comtal in maturity.

    • Intermediate maturity rate: good for 3-4 cut program
    • High quality forage
    • Suited for cooler climates; does not perform well in drought or heat-prone areas
    • Use for hay, pasture, silage and waterways.
    • Upright growing plant with new growth from tillers and corms

    Establishment:
    Test soil and apply recommended lime and fertilizer prior to planting. It has a shallow, fibrous root system that does not allow Timothy to compete well. It may be seeded alone or with a legume and/or other grasses.

    Seeding Rate:
    Drilled: 4-6 lbs./acre
    Broadcast: 6-10 lbs./acre
    In Mixtures: 2-3 lbs./acre

    Seeding Depth:
    1/4″ – 1/2″ deep in well prepared, firm seedbed

    Soil Types:
    Best adapted to loam and clay soils; pH 6.0-7.0.

  • Kaitlyn Brand Timothy Image
  • Kaitlyn Brand Timothy

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