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Sideoats Grama

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Sideoats Grama

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Grass Family (Poaceae : Chlorideae)


Latin Name : Bouteloua curtipendula
Longevity : Perennial
Season : Warm
Origin : Native
Value : Wildlife – good
Livestock – good


Remarks :

The official "State Grass of Texas", designated in 1971. The common name of sideoats grama refers to the arrangement of the seeds hanging off one side of the seed stalk. The leaf blades have distinguishable glandular-based hairs along the margins. This grass starts growth in early spring; flowers July to Sept.; reproduces by seeds and tillers, and one variety has rhizomes. Good forage value for all classes of livestock and wildlife throughout the spring, summer and fall, fair to good during the winter months. Well adapted to calcareous and moderately alkaline soils; rocky shallow sites of prairies.


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