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Weeping Lovegrass is a warm season, perennial bunchgrass. It
grows to a height of 2-4 feet and has 1/4" leaves of 10 to 20
inches in length. The long folding leaves suggest is name
"weeping". Seed heads are erect or drooping and produce small
very numerous seeds (1.5 million per lb.). Weeping Lovegrass is
established easily by seeds and spread by tillering. Over a years
time a single plant can grow to a diameter of 12-15 inches.
Lovegrass was imported from South Africa in the late 1920's.
Weeping Lovegrass grows best in the Southern Great
Plains areas including Texas, Oklahoma, Arizona, and in the
Southern parts of New Mexico, Nevada and California (east of
mountains). Grows on almost any well-drained soil, but prefers
the sandy loams; also will grow on low fertility soils. Lovegrass
responds well to fertilization. Used for pasture (early spring
/ fall), hay, erosion control and for steep bank areas throughout
Western Plains and also used in transition zone of Eastern USA
primarily for forage and erosion control.
Lawn Meadow / Covered field rates: 3 to 5 lbs. per acre
Mixed in Pasture Rates: 1/2 to 2.5 lbs. / PLS per acre.
Plant higher rate on erosion areas.
Plant 0 to 1/4 inch in depth. Best on prepared soils.
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