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  • PM6 - Irrigated Pasture Mix

    PM6 - Irrigated Pasture Mix

    $98.00

    Select Quantity (Number of Acres) You're PlantingSold by 25 Bulk pounds PM6 is the most popular cool season grazing mix on the central Plains. Presently used on thousands of acres, some stands...

  • Sharp Bros. Seed Co.'s PM7- Horse Candy Mix has been specially created to produce a hardy forage. Typically irrigated in Western Kansas.

    PM7 - Horse Candy

    $81.00

      Select Quantity (Number of Acres) You're PlantingSold by 25 Bulk pounds Producers have found this hardy mix to be more productive than single species plantings. Best adapted to well-drained...

  • PM8 - High Plains Pasture Mix

    $96.00

    Select Quantity (Number of Acres) You're PlantingSold by 25 Bulk pounds PM8 has proven its hardiness by surviving the prolonged droughts typical of the High Plains. Best adapted to dryland loam or...

  • Blue Grama

    Blue Grama

    $12.00

    Sold by the PLS pound Botanical Name: Bouteloua gracilisCultivars: Bad River, Hachita, Lovington, NativeHeight: 12-18 InchesSpread: 6-12 InchesUSDA Hardiness Zone: 4-7 Bouteloua...

  • Big Bluestem

    Big Bluestem

    $17.00

    Sold by the PLS pound Botanical Name: Andropogon gerardiiCultivars: Goldmine, Kaw, Pawnee, Native Big Bluestem will grow almost anywhere, under any conditions. Root systems that can extend up to 12...

  • Emerald III Turf-Type Tall Fescue

    Emerald III Turf-Type Tall Fescue

    $19.20

    Emerald III is a mix of 3 varieties of premium fine leaved tall fescue varieties. The combination of modern genetic fescue varieties produces finer leaves than older varieties of tall fescue...

  • Hunter Forage Turnip

    Hunter Forage Turnip

    Hybrid of Turnip & Rape Bred for fast establishment, with utilization possible in 45-55 days. Similar to a non-bulb producing turnip, only much leafier with vigorous regrowth and fast recovery...

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

Jan 21st 2019

​Playa Lakes

Also referred to as buffalo wallows or mud holes, playa lakes have been an important part of the western Great Plains environment since long before the land became endless polygons and circles of wheat, corn, sorghum, and other cr...

Oct 26th 2018

What makes a successful farmer?

Is it that he keeps his fields clean of weeds, always has a bumper crop, or livestock that gains well?  Unfortunately, the farmer seems to be left out of conversations where his input is needed due to the direct impact of t...

Sep 6th 2018

Cover Crops - An Introduction

 Q:   What are the benefits of cover crops?  A:   Cover crops can improve:  soil health hard pan breakup nitrogen fixation water infiltration organic matter content...

Aug 23rd 2018

Adding Native Grasses to Golf Courses is a Gimme

Golf courses across the country are embracing  native grasses and natural landscapes for roughs and edge plantings.  "Buffalograss (Buchloe dactyloides) is actually the only widely used turfgrass native to North Ame...

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....
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