There are endophyte free frescues, I think one is called Max Q. Get in touch with your local Natural Resources Conservation district service. It should be listed with the USDA. Ours was a tremendous help when we were starting our pastures. They will do a fairly cheap soil test, and ours even has a grass drill planter that they rent out.
I want to add that I was told that a pasure should be like a salad bowl, and just one type of lettuce makes a bad salad. Its best to combine warm and cool season grasses, that way you will have grass for a longer period of time.
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Last edited by Vidaloco; 11-11-2009 at 12:00 PM.