Buffalograss is a low-growing, perennial, warm-season turfgrass native to the Great Plains of the U. S. It is not planted in widespread areas in the Carolinas. Buffalograss is drought tolerant, and requires little fertilization. It is not adapted to shaded or heavily traveled sites.
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fringe of hairs; 0.02 - 0.04 inches (0.5 - 1.0 mm) long
warm season turf or perennial weed
sharp-pointed; flat, sparsely hairy, bluish-gray
0.04 - 0.12 inches (1 - 3 mm) wide
continuous; broad, hairy
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