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Needle Spikerush

A perennial herb with slender stolons that grows up to 8” tall. Found around ponds, lakes and marshes throughout the entire US.

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Newhy Hybrid Wheatgrass

A long lived perennial, cool season, introduced, sod-forming grass that grows 12 to 24” tall. Its cross between quackgrass and Bluebunch Wheastgrass making it both aggressive and productive. Will recover quickly after grazing. Used on both irrigated and dryland sites throughout the western United States.

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Nodding Brome

A perennial, cool season, native bunchgrass that grows 6 to 12” tall. It adapts well to coarse textured soils and is drought tolerate. It is highly palatable for grazing livestock and wildlife. Found on dry, coarse textured soils across Idaho, Utah and Arizona.

Nootka Rose (Rosa nutkana)

Shrub that grows from 2 to 10 feet tall with bright pink flowers and thorns. Flowers bloom from May to July and attract bees and butterflies. Prefers moist soil and can withstand full sun, partial sun, or full shade.

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Northern Reedgrass

A cool season native perennial with rhizomes that grows 12 to 36” tall. Found on stream banks, marshes and meadows throughout the Great Plains region except Oklahoma and Texas.

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Nuttall Alkaligrass

A tufted perennial grass with fibrous roots that grows up to 24” tall. Found on alkaline flats throughout the Intermountain and Pacific Northwest.

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Old World Bluestem

A perennial, warm season, introduced bunchgrass that grows at least 12” and up to 5 feet tall. Does well on any well drained soils. Highly palatable in hay production by itself, but can be used with other pasture grasses. Commonly found across southeast United States and the lower Midwest.
Varieties:
Ganada | King Ranch| Plains | W.W. Spar

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Orchardgrass

A persistent perennial, cool season, introduced bunchgrass, forming distinct flowering clumps 24 to 48” tall. It is one of the earliest species to grow in the spring, making tremendous growth during cool conditions. It performs well on different textured soils ranging from clay to gravely loams and on shallow to deep soils. The primary use of Orchardgrass is for forage production and is highly palatable to all livestock. Found in the high-rainfall regions of the western mountains and in irrigated areas throughout the West. Varieties: Latar | Paiute |Potomac. Plus numerous others.

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Pale Bulrush

A perennial herb with short, stout rhizomes that grows up to 40” tall. Found along streams, wet ditches and marshes throughout the Intermountain west including Texas and Missouri.

Paperflower (Psilostophe cooperi)

Paperflower is a flowering shrub growing from 8 to 20 inches tall. Bright yellow flowers bloom at the top of erect green-gray stems from summer to fall.

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Perennial Ryegrass

A perennial, cool season, introduced bunchgrass growing to a height of 18 to 36”. Perennial Ryegrass is one of the most widely used grasses and is adaptable to a wide variety of soils and climatic conditions. With a leafy head and fine stem, it is considered very palatable, used for both forage and hay. A proven performer pastures in the northern area of the United States.
Varieties:
Linn (Diploid) | Herbie (Diploid) | Elgon (Tetraploid) plus numerous others.
Please see Turf Species Section.

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Photodegradable Double Net Straw Blanket

8 ft. by 112 ft.

Covers 900 sq. ft.

3:1 – 2:1 Slopes

Double net structure makes the blanket more durable and effective at controlling erosion and assisting with vegetation establishment in more demanding applications, such as moderate flow channels, stream banks and steep slopes, for up to 12 months.

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Photodegradable Double Net Straw-Coconut Blanket

8 ft. by 112 ft.

2:1 – 1:1 Slopes

Comprised of a 70% agricultural straw and 30% coconut fiber.  Ideal for use in applications where vegetation will require up to 18 months for establishment, in medium flow channels, streambanks, and severe slopes.

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Photodegradable Single Net Straw Blanket

8 ft. x 112 ft.

Covers 900 sq. ft.

Good for shallow slopes or flat areas where disturbance has taken place.  Used to protect seed, retain soil moisture and enhance seed germination.

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Plains Bristlegrass

A perennial, warm season, native bunchgrass that can grow up to 36” in height. Found on open dry ground, in dry woods, and on well drained soils along gullies, stream courses, and other areas occa- sionally with abundant moisture. It provides mod- erate to high quality forage for all types of grazing livestock. Plains bristlegrass makes up an apprecia- ble part of the forage on southwestern ranges.