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A perennial, low-growing warm- season, native sod-forming grass. Leaf blades are 10 to 12” long, but they fall over and give the turf a short appearance. This grass occurs naturally and grows best on clay loam to clay soils and does is not adapted to shaded sites. It has a low fertility requirement and it often will maintain good density without supplemental fertilization. Buffalograss is found throughout the Midwest. Varieties: Bison | Bowie (Turf-Type) | Cody (Turf- Type) | Sharps Improved II | Sharp Shooter (Turf-Type) | Texoka | Topgun (Turf-Type)