Yellow Indiangrass (Sorghastrum Nutans)

Origin: Native to North America
Use: Perennial, warm season, native grass that provides fair grazing for wildlife; good grazing for livestock.
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Plant Description:
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Life Span  Perennial
Growth Form  tall, erect, bunchgrass
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General  Provides fair grazing for wildlife; good grazing for livestock.
ID Features: Nodes are fuzzy with the ligule long and appearing as rabbit ears when dry. The panicle is 8 to 12 inches long and bronze to yellowish with -inch awns, bent once and closely twisted to the bend. It decreases with heavy grazing but produces high yields when managed in a pure stand.
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