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Forage

Triangle T

Common Name
Tetraploid Annual Ryegrass
Species
Lolium multiflorum
Uses
Hay
Pasture
Silage

Triangle T tetraploid annual ryegrass is the result of crossing TAMTBO and Prine ryegrasses with a selection taken from a VNS production field in Oregon. Excellent seedling vigor, fast establishment, and greater numbers of reproduction and vegetative tillers characterize Triangle T. Tested throughout the Southern US, Triangle T shows excellent forage yields with good crown rust resistance.  


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  • Annual ryegrass can be planted almost year around. As long as nighttime temperatures are above 40 degrees and daytime temperatures are above 55 degrees, adequate germination and growth can be accomplished. Fall ... South: September through March, depending on location Fall ... North: August through October. Spring: As soon as the temperatures are adequate. Can be frost seeded. If overseeding warm-season pastures, mow or graze warm-season grasses short before planting annual ryegrass to aid in establishment.

Trials

  • Headland, AL

    2019

    lbs./acre
    Triangle T 8,210
    Big Boss 7,649
    Attain 6,995
    Jumbo 6,812
    Grits 6,674
  • Alabama (Southern Region)

    2019

    lbs./acre
    Triangle T 6,047
    Nelson 5,854
    Attain 5,427
    FrostProof 5,371
    Grits 5,335
  • Overton, TX

    2017-19

    lbs./acre
    Triangle T 8,254
    Tetrastar 7,595
    Nelson 7,521
    Gulf 7,346
    Prine 6,630
  • Franklinton, LA

    2020

    lbs./acre
    Triangle T 8,500
    Prine 8,104
    Herdsman 8,020
    Earlyploid 7,998
    Bashaw Tetraploid 7,597

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