Warm season, short-lived, annual bunchgrass. Used primarily as a grain crop, but also as an emergency forage or hay crop when primary crops have failed. Can be planted later in the year during hot conditions, and reaches maturity at 60 to 75 days. Hay palatability is not as good as grass hay, and forage yields are comparably low. Many varieties. May be listed as noxious in some states.Contact Our Experts
13 - 25 in. or taller
AnnualNative or Introduced:
12 - 14 in.
20 - 30 PLS lbs/Acre
32.70 lbs.Seeds per Pound:
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