Forage value number 4-7 (own assessment)

Festulolium is a species cross between a ryegrass (Lolium spp.) and a fescue (Festuca spp.). Therefore, there are different types of Festulolium available and the performance and utilization depends on the individual type.

The advantage of the cross product is that the positive yield characteristics of the ryegrass are combinded with the endurance of the fescue. Festulolium is suitable for mineral and peaty mineral soils. It is found in promontory and low mountain areas, in mowed pastures, under pure mowing as well as in perennial field forage production and often as a mixing partner for clover and alfalfa.


  • Cross between ryegrass and fescue
  • Characteristics pronounced in one or the other

Our varieties




  • cross of of Festuca pratense and Lolium multiflorum
  • high dry matter yield
  • great winter hardiness and rust resistance