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  • Sand Bluestem Sand Bluestem

    Sand Bluestem

    $15.00

    Sold by the PLS pound Sand Bluestem is a native, warm-season perennial tall grass. It forms a dense sod in the sandy soils in which it is normally found. Growth begins in April with maturity reached...

  • Maximilian Sunflower Maximilian Sunflower seed

    Maximilian Sunflower

    $31.30

    Maximilian sunflower, is a tall, warm season, spreading, perennial forb which is a member of the true sunflower family. Large, showy, yellow blooms occur throughout the full 5‰ÛÔ7 feet height of the...

  • Sideoats Grama Sideoats Grama

    Sideoats Grama

    $8.20

    Sold by the PLS pound Sideoats Grama is a native, warm-season, bunch forming or sod forming perennial grass. Distributed over much of the Midwest and Great Plains, it is an important grass of the...

  • Blue Grama Blue Grama

    Blue Grama

    $11.99

    Sold by the PLS pound Bouteloua gracilis: Blue Grama Grass is a major, warm-season grass found throughout the Great Plains. The plant is fairly short, reaching 10 to 20 inches with narrow...

  • Big Bluestem Big Bluestem

    Big Bluestem

    $17.50

    Sold by the PLS pound Big Bluestem will grow almost anywhere, under any conditions. Root systems that can extend up to 12 feet into the ground, give the plant its extraordinary capacity to withstand...

  • Switchgrass Switchgrass

    Switchgrass

    $12.50

    Sold by the PLS pound Switchgrass is a native, perennial, warm-season, sod-forming tall grass. It is most commonly found in prairie lowlands, but will grow under wide range of climatic conditions. A...

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Latest Blogs Our latest news and articles/guides we think you'll enjoy!

Jul 31st 2018

PM6 | Sharp Bros. Seed Co.'s Irrigated Pasture Mix

PM6 is the most popular cool season grazing mix on the central Plains. Presently used on 1,000s of acres, some stands being decades-old.Plant this fall, for highly digestible, high protein forage next spring!sharpseed.com/pm6...

Jul 25th 2018

Large-scale Native Seeded Areas and Maintenance Schedule

Prepare, plant and water All native seed—individual species or mixes--establishes best if planted on areas that have no green vegetation at time of seeding. For eradication of existing vegetation, herbiciding with glyphosate (e.g....

Jul 17th 2018

​Construction/ Engineering Revegetation

Let us help you get that bare soil covered after your construction projectsWe offer custom blends to fit your job site specifications and to help you get the soil tied down before Mother Nature moves it somewhere else.Our staff ha...

May 4th 2018

KDA Participates in Trade Mission to South Africa

April 26, 2018For more information:Heather Lansdowne785-564-6706AgMedia@ks.govMANHATTAN, Kan. — In April, the Kansas Department of Agriculture hosted a trade mission to South Africa to attend the Sorghum in the 21st Century Confer...

Apr 10th 2018

Attract Pollinators with Local Wildflowers

All the ‘buzz’ around wildflowers in recent year has caught suppliers across the United States by surprise, causing a bit of a wildflower shortage. As more and more people started to notice a lack of our little winged insect...
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