Sand lovegrass grows 2 to 5 feet tall. The grass cures well for fall and winter grazing and is a good forage grass for livestock. However, its palatability often leads to selective grazing and the grass may be grazed out unless rotational grazing and proper stocking is practiced. When reclaiming sandy areas, Sand lovegrass should be considered for seed mixes. The grass can sometimes be grown and managed as a monoculture in areas where hay production is adequate.
(From Range Plants of North Central Texas - A Land user's Guide to Their Identification ,Value and Managment, 2014, by Ricky J. Linex, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service.)
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