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$5.18 /lbs. (pounds)

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.

$14.00 /lbs. (pounds)

Barnyardgrass is a summer annual grass that germinates from late winter or early spring to through the summer.

$52.00$215.00

Blend of three top performing turf grass varieties: Sultan, Sydney and Mohawk. All three varieties have increased turf density for excellent wear tolerance, dark green color and medium to medium fine leaf texture.

$8.55 /lbs. (pounds)

Deep green in color, carpet like density, good cold, drought and traffic tolerant. Blackjack may be used on all premium turf applications such as golf course fairways, roughs, sports fields and home lawns.

$53.00$247.50

Blend of Cowboy, Giant, Chilly Verde and Jacob Bermuda grass. This mixture was put together in 2002 to help improve the forage production of straight Giant Bermuda grass.

$54.35$450.00

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.

$41.35$385.50

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.

$55.00$255.00

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.

$53.50$510.00

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.

$86.00$415.00

Most current release of turf Bermudagrass and its color and density of growth can be easily seen by an untrained eye.

$53.35$497.00

Established by Justin Seed Co. for a fast germination bermudagrass. Bermudagrass, like many grasses, can vary on length of time for germination from one variety to another.

$32.50$280.00

Improved lawn type, darker green, finer leaf and lower growing than common. Increased drought, durability and wear tolerance.

$80.50$775.00

In addition to performance and appearance, Sun Queen rules in endurance, offering extreme protection against heat, drought, and disease. Salt tolerance and lower fertilizer requirements add to its sustainability features. Elite-type bermudagrass Excellent turf quality and density Superior establishment Aggressive regrowth from injury Early spring green-up and excellent fall color retention Top-rated disease tolerance Dark [...]

$56.00 /lbs. (pounds)

A native, warm-season, short-lived perennial bunchgrass. The height is between 2 to 3 feet. The leaf blade is 2 to 8 inches long. The stems are round at the base, but sometimes branching at nodes.

$19.40 /lbs. (pounds)

Excellent forage grass for grazing or hay, but can easily be killed by over grazing.  It can provide good cover for wildlife.

$72.00 /lbs (pounds)

A native warm-season perennial bunchgrass. Broomsedge bluestem produces many seeds on the upper half of the plant that are distributed by the wind.

$18.90 /lbs. (pounds)

Good drought tolerant native pasture and range grass. The perennial bunch grass grows in late spring and continues throughout the summer providing screening and nesting for wildlife.

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K.R. Bluestem is a desirable species for erosion control since it is drought resistant and quickly establishes itself.

$31.00 /lbs. (pounds)

Warm season perennial tufted bunch grass.  Originally collected near Manali, India and tested in Oklahoma and Texas.

$18.00 /lbs. (pounds)

Warm season perennial tufted bunch grass. Used for grazing and erosion control. Broad, natural geographic distribution with wide variation in types of plants.

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Old World is a leafy and nutritious forage which can be grazed by livestock or harvested as hay. Growth begins late in the spring and continues through the summer.

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Native, perennial, warm-season, tall grass species that spreads by seed and elongated creeping, scaly rhizomes. It is commonly found on loamy or sandy textured soils. It forms a sod with its well-developed rhizomes and often forms dense colonies of 15 to 20 feet in diameter. This medium stature species produces seed from August to October [...]

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Typically occurs in upland sites on sandy soils in open pastures, borders of woods, and cut woodland pastures. Appearance is similar to Little Bluestem but with split seed head (inflorescence).

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Good range grasses. Used for grazing and erosion control. Broad, natural geographic distribution with wide variation in types of plants.