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Buffalograss is a "true" native of the prairies of the Western
USA states. It is a warm season, fine leaved perennial and
is a sod forming grass. It is used in low rainfall areas for
both pasturage and for lawns. Buffalo has excellent drought
tolerance and in fact grows best in areas with less than 25 inches
of rainfall annually. It also will tolerate low and high
temperatures giving it a wide range of adaptation.
is an improved variety developed for use in Texas / Oklahoma that
produces more growth than other varieties. Buffalograss is
used for turf, range seedings and erosion control. Buffalo
is not aggressive and can be easily controlled or removed.
Lawns: 1-3 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.
Large Acreage: 8 to 16 PLS lbs. per acre.
Buffalograss starts slow the first year and usually
takes a least 2 years to grow in and establish. Successful
establishments can even be achieved with only one seedling
established per sq. ft. Be patient when growing this grass.
Best planted on prepared soil lawn areas. --
Buffalo Pals is another excellent blend of two varieties
selected for their lawn characteristics.
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