Eastern Gamagrass is a native, warm-season, perennial bunchgrass that grows between 2 to 8 ft. in height. It is a tall, leafy, and vigorous forage producer. It is considered one of the most highly palatable native grasses and is relished by livestock. As a result of historic overgrazing, it has all but disappeared on Texas rangelands. It is now generally found in low lying areas or along waterways, but historically it was an important component of many upland prairies. Minimum rainfall requirements are generally 25″ annually. Eastern Gamagrass and can be found in the eastern two-thirds of Texas east to the Atlantic coast. It is also found in riparian areas in the western third of Texas, especially along rivers and spring fed creeks. It has been grown as a monoculture for pasture utilizing rotational grazing and hay production in areas of high rainfall and fertile soils. It is mostly used in rangeland mixtures especially in areas where ponding or inundation is a concern. Establishing this grass from seed can sometimes be difficult. Please call to place an order (210) 661-4191.
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