Cocksfoot – grow quite well during droughts, more tolerant of lack of moisture compared to other mist grasses. (can be grown with early varieties of red clover or alfalfa and other misty grasses – true fescue, fescue, early varieties of sedge). It lasts a long time in grasslands, grows rapidly in spring.
Use: in fodder grass mixtures. It is necessary to cut the feed before hatching.
Cultivation features: tolerates drought, shading, grows better in non-acidic and non-soaked sandy soils. It is important that there is no high ground water (limit 50-90 cm). It also grows in peatlands, but it winters worse in them, it can suffer from spring frosts, but it respawns after freezing.
It should be noted that the sown in the mixture may overshadow other grasses. Dogweed tends to form clumps in a crop, especially if other plants around it are thinning out.