Maru phalaris, Timothy

MARU Phalaris

  • Drought resistant and very persistent when established.
  • Vigorous growth in autumn, winter and spring.
  • Large leaves supported by a deep penetrating root system.
  • May cause phalaris staggers if sown as a sole species – best used as a component in a pasture mix.


  • Provides a high quality, palatable grass in a pasture mix.
  • Late to start growth in spring but maintains quality even in the seed head stage.
  • More suited to moist heavy soils, or pastures under irrigation.
  • Small/medium leaf size and densely tillered.