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DALLISGRASS Paspalum dilatatum
Dallisgrass is a long lived warm season perennial bunchgrass.
Dallisgrass can grow to a height of 2-4 feet tall and has a deep root system.
It spreads both vegetatively and by seeds. Dallisgrass has leaves 1/2 inch
in width that grow 4-10 inches in length. Under heavy grazing it tends to
form a thin sod, which makes it an excellent candidate for mixing clovers and
Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil
Dallisgrass is well suited to sites with good moisture.
Plant 8lbs. an acre of live seed April-May.
High fertility is required
Rotational stocking best management practice.
Usually not a problem.
Dallisgrass was introduced to the US in 1875 from Argentina
and Brazil and now grows from Tennessee to Florida and west through Texas to
California. Grows best on fertile, moist soils of heavy to loam types.
Requires fertilization for best growth. Used as pasturage for all classes
of livestock. Starts growth early in spring and performs best under close
grazing. Used mainly for pasture, with some hay and erosion control use.
Pastures: 15-25 lbs. / per acre.
Plant February through May or September to November.
Seeds require proper conditions to germinate (moisture / soil
Seeds can lay dormant and germination can be delayed and slow to occur.
Second and third year stands usually become sufficiently established.
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