Edward Twidwell | 2/11/2005 4:02:46 AM
Bahia grass is popular in the South because of several factors. Among those, it tolerates a wider range of soil conditions than Bermuda grass or Dallis grass. It is established by seed rather than sprigs. It resists encroachment of weeds. It can persist and produce moderate yields on soils of low fertility, and it withstands heavy grazing. Vareity descriptions, establishment, variety performance and more included. (PDF format only) Click the link below the image to download the PDF.
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