Azay, Blue Mesa, Covar, Quatro
Sometimes grazed by sheep seldom used by horses and cattle
Small Areas: 1 – 2 lbs. per 1000 square feet Larger Areas: 8 – 10 lbs. per acre drilled 15 – 20 lbs. per acre broadcast
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Dryland lawns, Reclamation
Call for Pricing
A short-growing, long-lived bunchgrass common to higher elevations. More drought tolerant than other fescues, competes well with weeds and can survive with as little as 8-10” of precipitation. A good re-vegetation species for higher elevations. Can be found in elevations up to 10,000 ft. Sometimes used as a drought tolerant turfgrass.
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