Wana Orchardgrass is a late maturing variety. It is more prostrate in growth, giving a dense ground over and will withstand heavy grazing. Wana is ideal for 20+ inches of rainfall and has shown to be more tolerant of heavier soils. Individual plants of Wana are low-crowned; the leaves are shorter and generally more horizontal. They are distinctly lighter and shinier green, expecially at the base. The foliage is much more resistant to stem rust and stripe rust. Planting rate: 8-12 lbs/ac as a sole component; 4-8 lbs/ac as part of a mix.
Vision Orchardgrass is a late maturing variety. It is suited for both rotational grazing and set stocking; Vision was bred particularly for its rapid establishment and greater stand density. Vision is a very high yielding variety with a finer stem and leaf form and a semi-erect to erect growth habit. Vision has good winter activity and mid-season flowering. Vision has great tiller density but is not excessively dense, allowing good compatibility with other grasses and clovers. Planting rate: 8-12 lbs/ac as a sole component; 4-8 lbs/ac as part of a mix.