A densely-clumping, long-lived perennial grass with stems from about 30 to 80 centimeters in height. Stiff, short, rolling leaves are mostly located near the base of the tuft. Flower cluster has hairy spikelets which produce large awned fruits. Root system is thick and penetrates deeply into the soil. A nutritious and preferred forage grass for wild and domestic animals.
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