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Rhodes Grass

Rhodes Grass (Chloris gayana)
  •  Good seed production
  • Easy establishment
  • Creeping growth habbit
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    Smutsfinger Grass

    Smutsfinger Grass (Digitaria eriantha)
    • Well adapted to medium and low potential soils
    • Succesfull on soils with high clay content
    • Palatable until late in winter
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      Blue buffalo Grass

      Blue Buffalo Grass (Cenchrus ciliaris)
      • Widely adapted to soils
      • Good drought resistance
      • Deep roots
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        Bottle Brush Grass

        Bottle Brush Grass (Antephora pubescens)
        • Widely adapted to soils and climates
        • Tolerates heat
        • Easily established


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          Buffalo Grass

          Buffalo Grass (Panicum maximum)
          • Can withstand frost
          • Good late season production
          • Palatable fodder
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            Weeping Lovegrass

            Weeping Lovegrass (Eragrostis curvula)
            • Widely adapted - prefer sandy soils
            • Where frost occurs, grass dies back.
            • Hay crop
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              Kikuyu Grass

              Kikuyu (Pennisetum clandestinum)
              • Aggressive and vigorous perennial
              • Plant forms a dense mat of stolons and stems
              • High number of leaves


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                Bermuda Grass

                Bermuda Grass (Cynodon dactylon)
                • Widely adapted to soils and climate.
                • Palatable.
                • High nutritive value when young.
                • Excellent ground cover for soil conservation .
                • Tolerant of heavy grazing.
                • Makes useful hay and silage .
                • Tolerant of salinity.
                • Tolerant of flooding.
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                  Bahia Grass

                  Bahia Grass (Paspalum notatum)
                  • Palatability when young.
                  • Ability to stand heavy grazing and trampling.
                  • Legume compatibility.
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