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GroundWork Equine Forage, South, 25 lb.

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GroundWork Equine Forage South mixture is excellent for producing premium quality grass hay.

  • Pasture mix
  • Area Covered: 1 acre per 25 lb. bag
  • Safe for sheep and cattle
  • Clover is found in GroundWork Equine because of its high protein.
  • The ryegrass is a forage rye and acts as a nurse crop because of its quick establishment.

Specification Description
Product Type: Grass Seed
Area Covered: 43,560 sq. ft.
Brand: GroundWork
Package Size: 25 lb.
Plant Height: 3 in.
Planting Depth: 1/4 in.
Manufacturer Part Number 440FP0015UC-25
GroundWork Equine Forage, South, 25 lb. is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible Bought this for my pasture planted as instructed no grass what so ever
Date published: 2018-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great seed that produces great grass! I have purchased three sacks of this grass seed at different times and the seed always produces beautiful, lucious grass that my horses love. Great product for a great price. Highly recommend.
Date published: 2017-08-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked like a charm I have 4 acres that is very sandy just SE of San Antonio, Tx. I planted this to add some forage for our 3 horses. The first spread was in early Jan, about 1 acre for the bag, and the seed began sprouting with in a week with nothing more than watering every other day, if that. The second seed was done in late Feb, a second acre on the other side of the property, and it has come up also. I have only been able to get it watered a few times due to schedule issues and I am very pleased with the results. I did not put any cover on the seed. I just used a push spreader and watered the same day. Time will tell if the seed can withstand the long hot days of summer here, but I'm hopeful.
Date published: 2017-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect, Grows Fast and thick I bought this product to start a new pasture. It sprouted and grew like crazy with no special planting experience. My horses spilled some of it inside of the barn and sure enough, within 10 days, there was grass growing in the barn! Love it and will only buy this seed for my pastures.
Date published: 2016-03-25
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We live in Central California zone 9b zip 93460. Will this seed work here? Also is it possible to plant it now at the end of May? We are in a drought area, will this take a lot of water?

Asked by: kperki
Plant it at the end of May? A. Planting in late May is not recommended. Best if planted in fall, when cool temps return along with fall moisture. For a spring plant, it should be planted by early April. The amount of water? A. Needs a minimum of 20 inches of water annually through precipitation and/or irrigation.
Answered by: Valery
Date published: 2017-06-07

I live in Nashville TN. When should this product be planted?

Asked by: lwil
In your zone, the best time is when the soil temperature reaches 50 degrees in the Spring. Late August and early September are good planting times after the heat leaves and Fall rains start to happen frequently.
Answered by: PHailey
Date published: 2017-04-04

What is the difference between this and the all purpose equine forage mix?

Asked by: CareyH
The main difference is that equine has bluegrass and the White Clover Pasture comes with red clover alfalfa.
Answered by: Nancyb
Date published: 2017-04-03

Can this be over seeded on current native grass (will a little bermuda) pasture?

Asked by: blw5512
Bermuda is a dominate grass and will overtake the pasture mix.
Answered by: ToriN
Date published: 2016-12-24

Is this a non-gmo product?

Asked by: AGarza
This is a non-gmo product.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-07-20

I was looking for seed that I could use for fall over-seeding to provide my horses with winter forge. I live in Florida and this would go on top of dormant grasses. Would this be a good choice or should I just go with strait endophyte-free ryegrass?

Asked by: Will7696
Yes, this is a good choice for your area.
Answered by: PHailey
Date published: 2016-12-24

I have some of this grass mix I was wanting to plant and I live in central IL. Can I plant it now in mid July? or should I wait till closer to fall? I don't have a great way to irrigate in the pasture where I am planting.

Asked by: Kat34
Please wait until fall when you have cooler weather so the plant is not stressed. Regular watering for the first 30 days then as needed. If the seed drys out after watering then it will not germinate.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-07-20

Live in N. Ga what is the best time to plant pasture grass Equine forage and what temperature?

Asked by: Lynn too
I would plant it now and the soil temperature should be above 50 degrees.
Answered by: Valery
Date published: 2017-03-31
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