Irrigated Pasture Seed Mix

Rapid Establishment Irrigated Pasture Mix


• Fast establishing grasses for immediate results
• Can be cut and/or grazed
• Excellent forage production and quality
• Perfect for early summer or fall planting

Quantity is per pound. Example: 1 = 1 lb, 2 = 2 lbs, 3 = 3lbs, etc. This is pure seed, not a live plant.



Our Rapid Establishment Irrigated Pasture Mix was designed with fast establishing summer crops that will produce immediate hay and/or grazing results. The Bonus Festulolium, annual ryegrass, Italian ryegrass and Teff Grass are rapid establishing summer grasses that product high quality forage and quick results. The Festulolium is perennial and the Italian Ryegrass is biannual or perennial depending upon the environment.

No one wants to be short sighted, though, and pastures are generally of most value when they are perennial in nature.The Cache Meadow Bromegrass, Albion Perennial Ryegrass, Elena Tall Fescue and Extend Orchardgrass are high quality, proven forage perennial grasses that are used in our premium irrigated pasture mix. They are long-lived varieties that will produce high quality, lasting pasture for cutting and/or grazing. All varieties are are endophyte free.


10% Cache Meadow Bromegrass
10% Albion Perennial Ryegrass
15% Elena Forage Tall Fescue
10% Extend Orchardgrass
15% Bonus Festulolium
15% Annual Ryegrass
15% Italian Ryegrass
10% Teff Grass


Rapid Establishment Irrigated Pasture Mix Sowing Recommendation:

If your seeding is kept wet, especially during germination and establishment stages, Irrigated Pasture Mix can be sown any time of year. If you are supplementing annual precipitation and your water is scarce or comes at specific times of year, the best planting time is late fall (September-October). Seed will lay dormant until spring in late fall planting scenarios.

Best results are obtained when drilled, but broadcasting is the most common method of planting. The soil is best prepared with some sort of light disturbance such as a harrow. Preparation will vary from sit to site and will depend upon your equipment. Correct planting depth is crucial to success. Planting too deep will likely result in failure – Plant no deeper than 1/4″

Planting Rate:
16 lbs./acre drilled (1/4″ deep)
20 lbs./acre broadcast (1/4″ deep)