Wrangler Bermudagrass Warm Season Pasture (Grasses)
Wrangler represents the best combination of winter hardiness, ofrage yield, and stand longevity available in a seeded bermudagrass variety. Wrangler tends to form a high density sod. This characteristic is advantageous in that it discourages weed competition, but makes effective interseeding with cool season forages is difficult. Independent studies indicate that Wrangler yields approximately 75 to 80% as much as Ozark. Seeding is more economical means of bermudagrass establishment than is sprigging and may be preferred for small asreage plantings because of the sprig delivery, equipment and labor requirements associated with sprigging.