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Jumpstart healing of your land! 
Scorched Earth Recovery Mix

Item #: 1816
Category: Native Seed Mixes
Habit: Annual & Perennial
Planting Rates: 

9 lbs per acre

Lawn & Garden
Dpak per 400 sf
1 lb per 1,200 sf

Dpak - $24.00
1 lb - $34.95



Soil Moisture

Sand Loam Clay Caliche  Full  Partial Dappled Shade
 X    X    X    X    X    X    X        dry, medium, moist 




44 species - ecosystem in a bag!

Help jumpstart the healing of your land after stricken by drought, wildfire, cedar and right-of-way clearing. This mix was first assembled to address steep, rocky hills west of IH 35. A diversity of native warm season, cool season, annuals, perennials, wildflowers and native grasses is useful in reducing erosion and providing wildlife habitat. Because of the large variety of native species, this mix can be planted in spring or fall. Seeding rates are calculated to provide 40 live seeds per square foot. Reseeding should be used as a tool in combination with other erosion control methods.

Wildfire Recovery:

A couple million acres have burned in Texas. Not all these areas require reseeding. Focus on identifying erosion prone areas that burned so hot where dormant seeds in the soil have been scorched.

Aid in reducing erosion on steep slopes once covered in juniper/cedar/mesquite

Evaluations conducted by the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) indicate steep rocky slopes in recent wildfires, once covered with juniper / cedar breaks, burned so hot that dormant seeds in the soil may be sterilized. Some burned areas received significant rainfall, but resprouting is 80% below established standard for adequacy. Other areas indicated near 100% mortality of the perennial grasses. After heavy rains, soil erosion may produce devastating long term impacts to the watershed and the sustainability of the land resource.

lights from 600 acre 'Big Draw Wildfire' 5 miles downstream from Native American Seed farm (above)

Landowners impacted by these wildfires will benefit by protecting their resource. Reseeding with diverse mixtures of native rangeland species, including fall sprouting annual forbs, wildflowers and warm season perennial grasses, can help jumpstart healing of damaged lands.

For fall plantings, a cool season nurse crop of Cereal Rye Grain added at 20 lbs / acre will improve erosion control while perennial natives become established.

For more information visit:
Wildfire Reference Guide

  Arizona Cottontop
  Southwestern Bristlegrass
  Slender Grama
  Curly Mesquite
  Green Sprangletop
  Halls Panicum
  Hooded Windmill Grass
  Little Bluestem
  Plains Bristlegrass
  Prairie Wildrye
  Purple Three Awn
  Red Grama
  Red Three Awn
  Sand Dropseed
  Sand Lovegrass
  Sideoats Grama
  Tall Dropseed
  Texas Cupgrass
  Texas Panicum
  Texas Wintergrass
  Virginia Wildrye
  White Tridens
  Slim Tridens
  Texas Grama
  Common Sunflower
  Cutleaf Daisy
  Huisache Daisy
  Illinois Bundleflower
  Indian Blanket
  Lemon Mint
  Plains Coreopsis
  Prairie Verbena
  Purple Prairie Clover
  Texas Bluebonnet
  Texas Yellow Star
  White Prairie Clover
  Grey Gold Aster
  White Rosinweed
  American Basketflower
  Cane Bluestem

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