Hot, dry summers contrasted by cold, snowy winters. If you live in the Intermountain West, covering states such as Montana, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, and parts of eastern Washington and Oregon, then you understand this description. You would also understand the growing need for water conservation in this harsh environment. With water being such a precious, limiting resource, it is understandable that many people turn to dryland agricultural practices in an effort to reduce water consumption. Look no further than our Intermountain West Dryland pasture grass seed. This unique blend of drought tolerant grasses is just the thing for growing pasture grass in this tough climate with low irrigation requirements. The grasses found in this pasture seed blend provide palatable, nutritious feed for livestock, and also do well at soil stabilization.
This blend produces a pasture that will contain approximately:
- 30% Crested Wheatgrass
- 25% Intermediate Wheatgrass
- 20% Pubescent Wheatgrass
- 15% Siberian Wheatgrass
- 10% Alfalfa
In an effort to help our customers visualize the finished product, note that the percentages listed above are what you can expect the stand to contain once established. For the contents of this seed blend by weight, please contact us to request a digital copy of the seed tag.