Buffalograss is a soft textured, fine leafed sod forming warm season grass which has endured for thousands of years in the harsh climate of the American Great Plains. Buffalograss provides a beautiful turf with unique combination of low maintenance requirements and tolerance to extremes of heat, cold and drought.
Buffalograss hasn't survived thousands of years without developing traits to ensure that it will stick around for years to come. Where irrigation is available a wide window of seeding dates can be used, roughly June through August. After seeding, use irrigation to keep the seed placement zone moist.
Buffalograss seed frequently exhibits uneven germination characteristics with seedlings emerging over a period of 2-3 weeks after the first sprouts have appeared. Presoaking the seeds prior to an irrigated seeding will speed germination and cause much more uniform emergence with most sprouts appearing within 5-6 days after the first sprout has appeared.
Sharp's Improved II - Premium Turf-Type Buffalograss one of the first turf type buffalograss varieties with great turf density and leaf color. Widely adapted. Produces quality turf at an attractive price.
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Buffalograss is a soft textured, fine leafed sod forming warm season grass which has endured for thousands of years in the harsh climate of the...