Stampede Buffalograss


Stampede Buffalograss

Stampede is a semi-dwarf variety of buffalo grass native to Texas. It exhibits all the drought tolerance and disease resistance common to the other buffalo grasses. Low growing height enables stampede to remain attractive with even less mowing enable other varieties of turf grass. It has an attractive Kelly green color and is the most dense of the vegetative buffalo grass varieties available.

Stampede is adaptable to a wide range of soil conditions and while it prefers sunny locations, it can tolerate as little as four hours of sun per day. Superior density and rate of spread enable it to compete better against weeds and other invasive plants. This variety is a female cultivar however, it may produce a few male inflorescence. With the same drought tolerance as the other varieties of buffalograss, stampede is extremely resource efficient. It requires less two half the water of hybrid Bermuda grass. Nitrogen requirements are only one to two pounds per 1000 square feet per year.

Stampede trademark (DDBG1, patent pending).



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