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Blue Grama Grass Uses & Planting Information
Blue Grama grass is native to the Great Plains where the temperature ranges from hot to cold and the soil is primarily of
alkaline content and rainfall can be practically non-existent in some areas. Grasses in this region must be tolerant of those conditions.
Blue grama grass is drought resistant, fine textured and
being adapted to this area the germination period is timed to the climate and soil
temperature. The very best time to sow this grass would be in the fall to allow for the
month that it takes to germinate. Blue Grama grass seed can also be planted in the spring.
Grasses - Blue Grama
Blue Grama grass is used as
pasturage and lawns and mixed with the other native grass such as Buffalo grass for ground
covers. For lawn usage it must be left at a height of 2-3 inches when mowed.
Seeding: Seed at 2-41/2 lb. per acres and up to ˝ inch deep with an
addition of a starter fertilizer.
Adaptation: Cool season areas across North
America and the Pacific Northwest in areas of medium the heavy rainfall. In soils with a
pH of 5.8 6.8.
Early spring to late summer.
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