Trinova Tetraploid Annual Ryegrass

Trinova offers highly digestible forage during the full growing season, high yield and a medium maturity to match most applications.

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Unmatched Performance

"I have had the opportunity to evaluate Trinova for three consecutive years in our Greenpoint Ag annual ryegrass forage trials. I have seen it in multiple locations, over multiple environments and soil types, and it has always been a consistent performer. The two things I like about it the most is the unmatched seedling vigor and consistent sustained growth.” Perry Mobley, Range & Pasture Specialist, Greenpoint Ag.



Trinova is a great option for both rotational grazed and continuous grazed pastures and is safe for all livestock. If possible, always choose rotational grazing practices.

Hay and Silage

Trinova has excellent regrowth, providing multiple cuts season long, as well as a valuable large late season single-cut for silage production with abundant yields and tetraploid-quality feed value.


Use Trinova to draw in the big racks in the fall, as well as feed next year’s herd in the spring.

Enhance Your Seed

We provide an array of seed enhancements, including bio stimulants, macro and micronutrients, water absorbents, fungicides, and colorants. These are available for all seed types and uses.

A Valuable Variety For Seed Dealers

Our annual ryegrass varieties not only perform well for farmers, they also are very valuable to seed dealers. Contact us today to see if dealer options are available in your area.

Planting Instructions

Prior to Planting

For optimal performance, prior to planting, obtain a soil test. Amend soil according to recommendations and fertilize after planting according to recommendations and use.

How to Plant

Trinova can be drilled or broadcast into either a prepared seedbed or an existing sod bed. For prepared seedbed, lightly disc and pack well. For existing sod bed, reduce existing sod height as much as possible.

Seeding Rate

New Pastures
25-35 lbs/ac
10–15 lbs/ac

Planting Dates

Plant in the fall as adequate moisture is available to obtain maximum forage yields. If planted at other times of the year, performance will be limited.

Planting Map

Planting Depth


Optimal pH



5-10 days


Apply per soil test recommendations at time of planting and after each cutting. Use of legumes can reduce applications of commercial nitrogen.