Phleum pratense | Timothy | Tiomóid
Meadows, pastures and roadsides
Seed accession in the National Genebank, Backweston (wild seed collected in 2010).Material held in Oakpark, Teagasc.
Records submitted to Data Centre in 2021
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There are numerous strains of this important fodder plant, which vary considerably in growth and in the value to the farmer. Some of the older strains are short-lived and very stemmy. However many new strains, with more palatable leafy growth are now available for both hay and grazing. This species is very common in Ireland