Buffalograss

Bouteloua dactyloides

A short, dense, sod-forming, palatable grass. It does not perform well in higher elevations (above 6,500ft). Buffalograss generally grows from 4-6” in height and sends out above ground stolons which are quite aggressive once mature. Very low-yielding. Often planted with Blue Grama, Sideoats Grama, and Western Wheatgrass. Newer turf-type varieties are bred for disease resistance and a deeper green color.

Lifespan: Perennial
Season: Warm
Origin: Native
Soil: Silty, Clay
Habitat: Plains, Rangelands

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Bowie

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Cody

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Native

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Sharps' Imp II

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Texoka

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Top Gun

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