Cocksfoot is a very persistent grass. It grows relatively slowly in the sowing year, but in the second and subsequent years it is very vigorous.
Cocksfoot starts growing early in the spring and regrowth after cutting consists mostly of leafy palatable shoots. Growth in summertime is important.
Cocksfoot is grown under varying climatic conditions. It is winter hardy and drought tolerant. Early types are mainly used for conservation. Late types are excellent for grazing.
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