Hall's Panic Grass [Panicum hallii]

Origin: Native to North America
Use: Perennial, warm season, native grass that provides fair grazing for livestock and wildlife.
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Plant Description:
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Life Span  Perennial
Growth Form  tall, erect tufts
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Cold Tolerance: High
General  Provides fair grazing for livestock and wildlife.
ID Features: 12- to 24-inch tall grass grows in small, erect tufts and has slick, flat, green blades. The basal blades are slick and flat and turn curly when dry, resembling pine shavings. The panicle ascends above - to 8-inch long leaves. The single-seeded spikelets are borne on very short pedicels. Seed turn dark brown and shiny when ripe.
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