Warm season, long-lived perennial bunchgrass found in many sites but generally in the Pinyon-Juniper or pine-grassland types at 3,600 to 9,000 ft. elevation. Slow to establish but persistent. Good palatability to livestock and excellent for wildlife.Contact Our Experts
1 - 24 in.
BunchgrassNative or Introduced:
1 - 3 PLS lbs/Acre
17.40 lbs.Seeds per Pound:
Selected for release because it equaled or outperformed other strains in nearly every comparison. Selected primarily for seed productivity, seedling vigor and forage production. Very palatable throughout the year and it is an excellent soil binder. (Released 1973, source of ecotype: Park View, NM)
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