Buffalo grass (bouteloua dactyloides) is a perennial, native, low-growing, warm-season grass. Leaf blades grow from 25cm to 30cm long, but they fall over and give the turf a short appearance. It requires little mowing to achieve a uniform appearance. It has a low fertility requirement and it often will maintain good density without supplemental fertilization.
Ideally Buffalo Grass is adapted to areas that receive 400-900 mm of rainfall per annum, with a warm or cool semi-arid climates. Area’s located in both the Queensland and New South Wales East Coast are ideal with this grass, but nothing prevents it from growing in other areas that share a similar climate.
Package Contents: 50% Buffalo Grass, 40% Rye Grass, 10% Fertilizer.
Locations for use: Parks, Playgrounds, Golf course roughs, Commercial and Residential lawns, Erosion control and Pasture
Establishment: Under ideal conditions, germination should begin within 14 – 21 days. Full coverage may be attained in 90 days.
Sowing Rate: When sowing new turf the sowing rate should be 0.5 – 1.5kg per 100m sq meters.
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Areas: QLD & NSW.
Unfortunately we can’t ship to Western Australia. We apologize for the inconvenience.