Warm season, moderately drought tolerant, weakly rhizomatous, bunchy perennial sod former adapted to many sites by performing best on medium textured, well-drained soils. High palatability during spring and summer, less so after maturity.Contact Our Experts
13 - 24 in.
Bunchgrass SodformerNative or Introduced:
9 - 14 in.
5 - 9 PLS lbs/Acre
7.00 lbs.Seeds per Pound:
Outstanding vigor, leafiness and disease resistance. Excellent winter hardiness. (Released 1954, source of ecotype: Pierre, SD)
Winter hardy, long-lived, late maturing. May not yield seed crops in regions with short growing seasons. (Released 1958, source of ecotype: Holt County, NE)
Drought tolerant , with excellent seedling vigor. Frequently used in AZ, NM, and southern CO. (Released 1940, source of ecotype: Vaughn, NM)
Winter hardy, long-lived, early maturing. Adapted to areas with short growing seasons. (Released 1958, source of ecotype: Holt and Platte Counties, NE)
Excellent forage production and vigor. Good disease resistance, fair winter hardiness. (Released 1944, source of ecotype: El Reno, OK)
This is subspecies caespitosa selected for drought tolerance, seedling vigor and herbage production. Adapted to the southwest. (Released 1984, source of ecotype: Socorro, NM)
Selected for exceptional rhizome production, and adaptablity to southern plains areas with greater than 18 inches of precipitation. (Released 1983, source of ecotype: Haskell County, TX)
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