Cool season, long-lived bunchy sod-former able to grow in harsh sites including shallow infertile soils. Good palatability to livestock and wildlife. Useful for land reclamation and improvement of poor sites where more palatable and productive species are unable to establish.Contact Our Experts
13 - 24 in.
SodformerNative or Introduced:
Not AdaptedModerately Coarse:
1 - 2 PLS lbs/Acre
17.80 lbs.Seeds per Pound:
Developed for improved seed production, early maturity and excellent adaptation to low moisture and low fertility growing conditions. Reubens produces denser sod and exhibits better regrowth than common Canada bluegrass. (Released 1974, source of ecotype: Reubens, ID)
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