Scientific Name: Paspalum notatum
Soil Fertility: Fertile
Growth Form: Rhizomatous
Height: 30 to 50 cm
Use: Horses and cattle
Drought tolerance: Medium
Cold Tolerance: Medium
Crude Protein in M.S.: 10 to 11%
Consortium: Calopogonion / Perennial Soybean
Planting depth: 1 to 2 cm
Vegetative Cycle: Perennial
Dry Matter – ha/Year: 05 to 07 ton
Annual Precipitation: Above 700 mm
Planting: 30 kg/hectare
Recommended for the formation of pastures, lawns, slope conservation, erosion control, it is able to establish itself and produce well throughout the Brazilian territory, especially in the formation of paddocks for raising horses, calves, sheep, among others.
Grama Pensacola, has HIGH RESISTANCE TO TRAVELING, is indicated for direct grazing, haymaking, horses, cattle and for airstrips for airplanes, produces approximately 5 to 7 tons of dry mass per ha per year, has GOOD RESISTANCE TO DROUGHT AND AO COLD.