Comparison of Cool-Season Grasses by Harvested Yield

Yields of cool-season grasses as tested in University of Wisconsin Field Trials, 1996 to present


*A high beta means more consistent season-long yield; a more negative beta means higher percentage of yield in first cut.
**Winter Survival: 1=superior, 2=good, 3=average, 4=poor, 5=none
〉Cuts reported as percent of season yield


*A high beta means more consistent season-long yield; a more negative beta means higher percentage of yield in first cut
**Winter Survival: 1=superior, 2=good, 3=average, 4=poor, 5=none
〉Cuts reported as percent of season yield


*A high beta means more consistent season-long yield; a more negative beta means higher percentage of yield in first cut
**Winter Survival: 1=superior, 2=good, 3=average, 4=poor; 5=none
〉Cuts reported as percent of season yield


*A high beta means more consistent season-long yield; a more negative beta means higher percentage of yield in first cut
**Winter Survival: 1=superior, 2=good, 3=average, 4=poor, 5=none
〉Cuts reported as percent of season yield


*A high beta means more consistent season-long yield; a more negative beta means higher percentage of yield in first cut
**Winter Survival: 1=superior, 2=good, 3=average, 4=poor, 5=none
〉Cuts reported as percent of season yield


*A high beta means more consistent season-long yield; a more negative beta means higher percentage of yield in first cut
**Winter Survival: 1=superior, 2=good, 3=average, 4=poor, 5=none
〉Cuts reported as percent of season yield


*A high beta means more consistent season-long yield; a more negative beta means higher percentage of yield in first cut
**Winter Survival: 1=superior, 2=good, 3=average, 4=poor, 5=none
〉Cuts reported as percent of season yield


*A high beta means more consistent season-long yield; a more negative beta means higher percentage of yield in first cut
**Winter Survival: 1=superior, 2=good, 3=average, 4=poor, 5=none
〉Cuts reported as percent of season yield


*A high beta means more consistent season-long yield; a more negative beta means higher percentage of yield in first cut
**Winter Survival: 1=superior, 2=good, 3=average, 4=poor, 5=none
〉Cuts reported as percent of season yield


*A high beta means more consistent season-long yield; a more negative beta means higher percentage of yield in first cut
**Winter Survival: 1=superior, 2=good, 3=average, 4=poor, 5=none
〉Cuts reported as percent of season yield