KY31 has it's problems but it also has it's advantages/benefits. Search CT for rndophyte and you'll get a tone of information.kerley":hniuz48c said:So what's the score on the Ky31. Is it good pasture or not. Should K31 be planted with some other type of grass seed to make good pasture, or is K31 make poor pasture.
Never used it, too expensive for me when the old KY31 works fine with our managment. Have a friend that tried it, he's had it in about 5 years if I remember correctly. He'll be replanting this year since it's pretty much given up the ghost. I'm not sure if it's the freindly or free that he planted though.western":2pwwza6a said:dun, have you used the novel endophyte variety and if so how old is your stand
I stopped by NRCS yesterday and ask them about anyone that had planted the novel endophte fescue several years ago. In the county there were 4 people (that NRCS worked with) that planted it. All were disappointed with the establishment and have since over seeded/replaced it with KY31 and OG/clover mixtureswestern":4w0r1b82 said:dun, have you used the novel endophyte variety and if so how old is your stand
western":ddgr8pa5 said:Thats what I've heard too... for all the hype (and money) about novel endophytes it really comes down to management (as always).