Buffalograss

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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.

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Latin Name

Bouteloua dactyloides

Variety

Bowie, Cody, Sharps' Imp II, Texoka, Top Gun

Origin

Native

Life Span

Perennial

Season

Warm

Forage

Good for all classes of livestock and fair for wildlife and provides forage for winter grazing

Seedling Rate

Small Areas: 3 – 5 lbs. per 1000 square feet Larger Areas: 15 – 20 lbs. per acre drilled 20 – 30 lbs. per acre broadcast

Seeds Per Pound

45,000

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