Native Grass Blends

Homesteader's Choice

(Plains Area)

Blue Grama, Buffalograss, Sideoats Grama, Western Wheatgrass and Sand Dropseed.

Use Homesteader's Choice for native dryland pastures.  This blend works great in the Northern half of New Mexico, Eastern Colorado, and the Texas Panhandle, as well as most areas in Western New Mexico and Eastern Arizona. Elevation: 2,000 - 6,000 ft., Precipitation 10-25", Height: 2 to 3 ft., Rate 2 pounds per 1,000 sq. ft. or 20 to 30 pounds per acre.


Mountain Pass
(High Elevation)

Smooth Bromegrass, Crested Wheatgrass, Slender Wheatgrass, Intermediate Wheatgrass and Russian Wildrye.

Use Mountain Pass in high elevations for reclamation, dryland pasture, or mountain meadows. This blend is excellent for Northern New Mexico and the mountains of Colorado. Elevation: 5,000 - 10,000 ft., Precipitation 12-25", Rate: 2 pounds per 1,000 sq. ft. or 30 to 40 pounds per acre.


Pioneer's Pride
(Southern Desert)

Little Bluestem, Galleta, Sideoats Grama, Sand Dropseed, Indian Ricegrass, and Alkali Sacaton.

Use Pioneer's Pride for stabilizing sandy soils and rugged terrain.  These grasses grow best from El Paso to Albuquerque's west mesa, and Deming to Tucson. Elevation: Sea level to 6,000 ft., Precipitation 7-25", Height: 1 to 4 ft., Rate: 1/2 to one pound per 1,000 sq. ft. or 8 to 12 pounds per acre.


Santa Fe Trail
(Pinon/Juniper Areas)

Blue Grama, Indian Ricegrass, Western Wheatgrass, Sideoats Grama, Galleta, Buffalograss, Alkali Sacaton, Sheep Fescue and Little Bluestem.

Use Santa Fe Trail for reclamation, dryland pasture, or re-establishment of native landscape. Plant this blend in rolling to low mountain regions.  It grows well from Clovis to Denver, also Santa Fe and Flagstaff areas, and works in most western parts of New Mexico.  It adapts to a wide variety of soil types. Elevation: up to 7,500 ft. Height: 1 to 2 ft,  Precipitation 9 to 25", Rate: 1 to 2 pounds per 1,000 sq. ft., or 20 to 30 pounds per acre.


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