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Prairie Bromegrass

Prairie bromegrass is a high-quality forage that is very attractive to deer. The plants themselves persist for about 2-3 years, but if you allow it to drop seed at least once each year, the stand will last for many years. It requires well-drained soils and is prone to powdery mildew.

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    Persister

    Persister is a problem solver for producers who are in climates with moderate dry seasons or supplemental irrigation. With impressive disease and cold tolerance, it works well in the Piedmont and further north.

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  • Matua

    Matua

    One of the first truly improved varieties of this species, it is a high quality, cool-season grass that will survive in even the warmer areas of the South.

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