Under the right conditions I"ve had it to work....not good, but somewhat. Orchardgrass doesn"t spread correctly mixed in with fertilizer as it is much lighter that the fertilizer pellets and doesn"t throw as far. Double spreading is required. Given the price of ordhardgass seed I"d opt for no-tilling it as a MUCH preferred method. If you broadcast the seed, try to somehow incorporate it in some fashion so as to get better seed to soil contact. Broadcast seeding of orchardgrass is probably no better than a 50% probability of a stand. On the other hand, I"ve never seen any of it germinate in the bag......so put the seed on the ground.
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