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A short-lived, native bunchgrass that grows 1-3’ tall. Adapted to the 7-16” precipitation zone. Very drought tolerant and a good revegetation species for disturbed sites and blowout areas up to 8,500 ft in elevation. The long awns on mature plants can cause problems for grazing livestock. Widely distributed throughout the Western United States.

Latin Name

Hesperostipa comata

Origin

Native

Life Span

Annual

Season

Warm

Forage

Good when grazed early before awns develop.

Seedling Rate

Small Areas: 2 – 3 lbs. per 1000 square feet Larger Areas: 10 – 15 lbs. per acre drilled 20 – 25 lbs. per acre broadcast

Seeds Per Pound

115,000

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