Aldous, Blaze, Cimarron, Pastura
Good while immature for all classes of livestock after the inflorescences matures its to course for sheep and goats
Small Areas: 1 – 2 lbs. per 1000 square feet Larger Areas: 7 – 10 lbs. per acre drilled 14 – 20 lbs. per acre broadcast
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Little Bluestem was originally the most abundant grass. It normally grows 1-3’ in height. It grows up to about 7,500 ft. in elevation. Starts its growth in the late spring. Little Bluestem has a dense root system and is highly drought resistant. It is favored winter forage in many areas. Leaves become reddish-brown at maturity. It reproduces from tillers, rhizomes as well as seeds.
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