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WANTED: Buffalo Grass in Western Oklahoma

Posted by mannmd2001 6/7 ( on
Wed, Feb 14, 07 at 3:26

I've approximately two city lots to cover that are adjacent to my home which is surrounding with Bermuda grass. I like the idea of a different grass over these two lots. Further, I have a number of young trees over the area and would like a variation of grasses.
Could anyone provide me with their experiences (good or bad) with Buffalo grass in the state?
Thank you,
Clinton, Oklahoma

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RE: WANTED: Buffalo Grass in Western Oklahoma

just posting so this will move on down....

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