Growth starts in early spring and again in October or November. The seed ripens in late May or early June. Occasionally, it grows in pure stands. Each plant produces many seed stalks. This grass produces an abundant seed crop the first growing season after a burn. It is adapted to wet, poorly drained, acid soils. Typical sites are flatwoods with clayey subsoil and sloughs, which have standing or slow moving water following heavy rains.
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