Bruiser Annual Ryegrass
Bruiser Annual Ryegrass is an exciting release selected through a six cycle breeding program bred specifically for disease resistance and cold tolerance.
As a result, Bruiser has an excellent cold tolerance rating and above average disease resistancies. Bruiser is resistant to crown rust, has some gray leaf spot resistance, as well as helminthosporium leaf spot resistance. Bruiser is a late maturing, diploid with excellent palatability and high feed values, resulting in high quality forage for livestock and increased profitability to producers. Bruiser is characterized by its quick germination, easy establishment, disease resistancies and its excellent cold tolerance.
Plant at 1/4″ depth. Bruiser can be spring or early fall seeded, frost-seeded, broadcast or drilled. Ryegrasses likes moist, fertile soils and will respond to liberal applications of nitrogen.
Annual Ryegrass likes moist, fertile soils and will respond to liberal applications of nitrogen.