Formerly known as Poa canbyi. Short, cool season, drought tolerant, perennial bunchgrass with extensive shallow fibrous root system. Adapted to both shallow and deep soils and all soil textures. Highly palatable to livestock and wildlife. One of the first grasses to green-up in the spring. Useful as an early-season forage and for out-competing undesirable weedy spring annuals.Contact Our Experts
1 - 13 in.
BunchgrassNative or Introduced:
2 - 4 PLS lbs/Acre
15.50 lbs.Seeds per Pound:
This strain was selected for release due to its superior vigor, early spring growth and numerous basal leaves. Canbar is adapted to most soil textures but it performs particularly well on shallow soils. It is a summer-dormant/winter-active plant with good drought tolerance. (Released 1979, source of ecotype: Blue Mtns., WA)
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