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Indian bluegrass

Scientific nameBothriochloa pertusa
CharacteristicsIndian bluegrass or Indian couch grass grows best in a warm climate and has become naturalised in central and drier areas of northern Queensland. It is a very drought hardy plant growing within an annual rainfall range of 500-900 mm. It is suited to well-drained loam and clay soils, but will also grow better than most other grasses on difficult to manage, forest soils.


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