Kentucky bluegrass – is a long-lived plant (it survives in grasslands even for more than 10 years), its grass forms a solid and dense turf and fills the empty areas of long-term meadows. Meadow mistletoe is not grown for fodder in pure crops, because if they are left alone, the edibility of the fodder deteriorates.
Use: in fodder grass mixtures as an additional member (not a monoculture, but as a grass to form a strong sod and fill empty space), suitable for ensiling. It is suitable for grazing because it is resistant to grazing.
Cultivation features: fairly resistant to acidic soils, pH 4.0-8.0. Does not like sandy soils. It grows well even in peaty, moderately humid soils. It likes loose soils, but tolerates flooding even up to 20-30 days. Mistletoe will grow well where there is good light, as it is light-loving.