Paspalum notatium

Bahia Grass

  • Winter dormant
  • High saline soils
  • Low maintenance
  • Water logged conditions
  • No shade tolerance

    What to use where:

    • Water logged conditions
    • Polo field
    • Horse race tracks

     

    Seeding rate:

    • 2 g/m²
    Specifications
    Paspalum notatium

    A tough, coarse-textured, rhizomatous to stoloniferous, warm-season turf grass. Paspalum is adapted to tropical and warm subtropical climates. It forms a relatively open turf with erect leaves and low shoot density, making it highly susceptible to weed invasion. Very drought tolerant due to its deep root system. It does not do well in high pH soils, frequently showing iron deficiency, especially in spring. It is not very shade tolerant. Most...

    A tough, coarse-textured, rhizomatous to stoloniferous, warm-season turf grass. Paspalum is adapted to tropical and warm subtropical climates. It forms a relatively open turf with erect leaves and low shoot density, making it highly susceptible to weed invasion. Very drought...

    A tough, coarse-textured, rhizomatous to stoloniferous, warm-season turf grass. Paspalum is adapted to tropical and warm subtropical climates. It forms a relatively open turf with erect leaves and low shoot density, making it highly susceptible to weed invasion. Very drought tolerant due to its deep root system. It does not do well in high pH soils, frequently showing iron deficiency, especially in spring. It is not very shade tolerant. Most commonly used for polo fields and along road sides.