Tropical to subtropical perennial grass with good forage production in low fertile soils. It creeps with stolons and rhizomes, native to South America, naturalized in North America.
Forage bermudagrass with wide, soft leaves. It shows rapid establishment from seed and aggressive spreading from stolons and rhizomes. Chilly Verede has persisted through cold winters in North Carolina, where it was developed, and has excellent heat and drought tolerance.
Good all-around warm season grass for turf, pasture and erosion control. Low growing, disease and insect resistant that once established, it is drought, heat and salt tolerant and will withstand a lot of abuse.
Once established is very drought, heat and salt tolerant. Cultural management of Cowboy bermudagrass is much like that of Coastal Bermudagrass, a vegetative pasture bermudagrass. Cowboy is especially useful for areas which are continually grazed.
Once established, giant bermudagrass is very drought, heat and salt tolerant. Cultural management of giant bermudagrass is much like that of Coastal Bermudagrass, a vegetative pasture bermudagrass.
Good hay, grazing with management. Do not over graze - Prussic Acid Poison.
Warm-season perennial bunchgrass introduced from Africa. Adapted to a wide range of heavy soils and dry conditions in central Texas and on wet soils in the Gulf coast.
South American cool season tufted bunchgrass. Growth begins in late fall and continues through the winter.
Improvement over annual for grazing, especially in rust prone areas (high rainfall).