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California brome grows in a tufted manner, and can achieve heights of approximately one meter. The species is thought to be chiefly self-pollinated according to Harlan.
This grass provides a number of important uses in ecosystem services, forage and revegetation functions. It provides food and cover for a wide variety of wildlife, and offers forage species for livestock. This grass has been demonstrated to be very useful in erosion control, revegetation of disturbed areas and for bioswale design to increase percolation.