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Perennial bunchgrass. Grows 2 to 4 feet tall. Major uses are primarily as a hay plant but also used for pasture. It is popular as a hay crop for horses although other grasses are equally satisfactory. Hay should be cut in the boot or early bloom stage to obtain best quality. Late cut timothy hay is of low quality. Seed are planted at 6 to 8 lb/A with a clover, alfalfa, or trefoil in August, September, or early spring.