Grasses

Grasses are the mainstay of almost every effort to establish new planting, and typically make up more than 80% of all seed planted.
Common Name Scientific Name Precipitation Planting Rate Sun/Shade Tolerance
Alkali Grass Puccinellia distans 16" 3 - 4# pls lbs/acre reclamation planting .5 lbs/1000 sq. ft. 2 - Both
Alpine Bluegrass Poa alpina 20" 1-3 pls lbs/acre 2 - Both
Arizona Fescue Festuca arizonica 14" 3 pls lbs/acre 1 - Very Sunny
Big Bluegrass Poa secunda ssp. ampla 11" 2-4 pls lbs 2 - Both
Canada Bluegrass Poa compressa 15" - 18" 2 pls lbs/acre 2 - Both
Creeping Foxtail Alopecurus arundinaceus 18" 1-3 lb PLS/acre 2 - Both
Fringed Brome Bromus ciliatus +30" 15 - 18 pls lbs/ac 2 - Both
Hard Fescue Festuca trachyphylla 12" 3 - 6 pls lbs/acre 1 - Very Sunny
Idaho Fescue Festuca idahoensis 14" - 20" 3 - 6# 1 - Very Sunny
Meadow Brome Bromus biebersteinii 14" minimum 16"+ for good stand 10 - 20# acre 1 - Very Sunny
Mountain Brome Bromus marginatus 16" 10 pls lbs/ac but not recommended for a mono stand 1 - Very Sunny
Nodding Brome Bromus anomalus 14" 5-10# 2 - Both
Rocky Mountain Fescue Festuca saximontana 10"+ 1 - 3 pls lbs/acre 1 - Very Sunny
Sheep Fescue Festuca ovina 12" 4# pls/acre or 1#/1000 sq. ft. 1 - Very Sunny
Smooth Brome Bromus inermis 12" - 18" 15# - 20# per acre 2 - Both
Tall Fescue Pasture Festuca arundinacea 18" minimum 15# - 20# per acre 2 - Both
Thurber Fescue Festuca thurberii 20" 3 - 5 pls lbs/acre 1 - Very Sunny
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