Poa arachnifera, the Texas bluegrass, is a species of grass.
Hybridization with Kentucky bluegrassEdit
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During the 1990s, botanists began experimenting with producing hybrids of Texas bluegrass and Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis) for use as a drought-resistant lawn grass and wintering foraging plant for grazing livestock. Seed manufacturers began marketing the first of these hybrids, often termed "heat-tolerant bluegrasses", in the first decade of the 21st century.
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