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PVFS Native Grass Mix Seed (Lb) - SCG050

PVFS Native Grass Mix Seed (Lb) PVFS Native Grass Mix Seed (Lb)
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Nice Mix for Wildlife Habitat

Good for wildlife habitat areas with a minimum of 10-12" of rainfall. Contains California Brome Grass, Blue Wildrye and California Barley (which tolerates drier sites than Meadow Barley). This is a good mix for drier sites.

  • Application Rate: Plant at 15-18 lb/acre or 0.5 lb/1000 sq ft.
  • Inoculant: None needed
  • Germination: 6-7 Days
  • Plant Height: 4'
  • Days to Maturity: various
  • Uses: Revegetation, fire reseeding, erosion control, ground cover
  • Facts to Note: A California native mix

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April 28, 2010 - Kalita from Peaceful Valley
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July 7, 2009 - Amber
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