Improved varieties give improved results.
It's that simple.
SunGrazer Plus has improved bermudagrass varieties that were selected for their cold and drought tolerance, durability and high forage production, even in the first year planted.
Plant your pasture for hay or grazing with the best bermudagrass blend: SunGrazer Plus.
Giant bermudagrass is a tall growing bermudagrass used primarily in pastures for hay and grazing throughout the South. This product is hulled, meaning the outer shell has been removed and will germinate a few days quicker than unhulled if planted after soil temps warm to 65 degrees.
Common Bermudgrass is a warm season, perennial grass known for its versatility and persistence in southern pasture and turf. Plant hulled seed in the warmer months of the year once soil temps reach at least 65 degrees.
Common Bermudgrass is a warm season, perennial grass known for its versatility and persistence in both pasture and turf. Plant unhulled seed any time of the year, but it won't germinate until soil temps reach at least 65 degrees.
We are excited to
introduce the next heavy hitter in pasture ryegrass production! Heavyweight is a blend of TAMTBO (a tetraploid) and Flying A (a diploid) annual ryegrasses. BOTH have ranked #1 in forage production for 3 year averages at the Overton trials. With two #1 ranked forage ryegrasses, you’ll be able to take advantage of both heavy producers to grow the highest tonnage possible!
Newly constructed tank dams need very quick coverage to keep the soil from washing away, as well as permanent grass to keep it together in the long run. This mix has quick growing annuals for putting down roots fast, plus permanent native and improved pasture grasses for long term erosion control. These grasses are excellent forages for livestock.
Finally, a grass mix that can be safely recommended for warm season horse pasture. Plant on firm seed bed and defer grazing until the root structure can keep the whole plant from being uprooted when grazed. Responds very well to good soil fertility. Plant 10 lbs per acre.
For a high quality native pasture for livestock or wildlife, or simply for the beauty, texture and toughness of native grasses. These grasses are native to the vast North American prairies for a reason: they work here. They are what grew wild across the area long before cultivated farms and ranch lands. Able to tolerate the harsh weather conditions, they supported the native wildlife as well as the livestock of early ranchers. So plant what worked then and still works now!