Meadow Fescue

Meadow fescue is a hardy grass used in hay and pasture mixtures. It grows best on deep, fertile soils but will tolerate variable drainage and low fertility. Meadow fescue yields well during the summer and fall and maintains its feed quality later into the season than than most grass species. Meadow fescue is sharter and has finer leaves and a shallower root system than tall fescue and is not as persistent.