Creeping bluegrass

Name: Creeping Bluegrass (Bothriochloa insculpta)
Description: Late summer, autumn growing perennial stoloniferous grass. It is well suited for use in waterways. Moderate production potential on better class soils. Will persist under low fertility conditions. Drought tolerant.
Sowing rate: 2–4 kg/ha.
Minimum average annual rainfall: (summer dominant) 500 mm.
Varieties: Hatch (public variety) Bissett
Selected Seeds: Bissett is finer leaved and has superior stolon development and stolon rooting characteristic which may improve spread and persistence over Hatch.
Creeping blue grass