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Texoka Buffalograss 

● Dual Purpose grass - Can be planted for pasture or turf
● Provides quality forage for all classes of livestock.
● Withstands Heavy grazing
● Excellent drought tolerance 

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Life Cycle:Perennial
Introduced/ Native: Native
Growth Habit: Sod - Forming
Plant Height: 6-8  inches


Texoka Buffalograss is a fine-leaved, native, sod-forming, warm-season, perennial. It generally grows 4 to 8 inches high and spreads rapidly by surface runners and forms a dense, matted turf (great for lawns). It is commonly found on medium to fine textured soils.

Texoka Buffalograss provides good grazing for all classes of livestock. It can withstand long, heavy grazing better than any other native grass on ranges consistently subjected to severe use. It often survives as a nearly pure stands. Because of its excellent ground cover, ability to spread under use, wide climatic adaptation, and relative ease of establishment, Buffalograss is ideally suited for erosion control on range and pasturelands.

Planting INformation:

Planting Rate 
10-15 bs/acre
15-20 lbs/ acre
Planting Depth:
1/2 inch
Perfered Soil Type:
  Loam - Clay