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Intermediate Ryegrass



A short-lived perennial, cool season, introduced bunchgrass. It is the result of a cross between annual and perennial ryegrass. It has a finer leaf texture, very heat tolerant, and is less winter hardy but higher yielding than perennial ryegrass. Intermediate Ryegrass is used for grazing, or as a great rotation crop, hay production in northern Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Varieties: Bison