Erosion Control

If you are in need of controlling soil erosion, we have a wide variety of options to help you out. For fast establishment and great stand, we recommend planting a mix of species. Our seed specialists can help you make a mix to fit your project needs. They are also experienced meeting TXDOT planting specifications. Please call us at 1-888-DKSEEDS and our seed specialists can help you get the right seed for your project.

Native Warm Season Items

We recommend planting these items from March to June, and August through October. These native items are commonly required in TXDOT erosion control planting mixes.

Atascosa Texas Grama

Atascosa Texas Grama

Catarina Bristlegrass

Catarina Bristlegrass

Chaparral Hairy Grama

Chaparral Hairy Grama

La Salle Arizona Cottontop

La Salle Arizona Cottontop

Mariah Hooded Windmillgrass

Mariah Hooded Windmillgrass

Maverick Pink Pappusgrass

Maverick Pink Pappusgrass

Dilley Slender Grama

Dilley Slender Grama

South Texas Sideoats Grama

South Texas Sideoats Grama

Texoka Buffalograss

Texoka Buffalograss

Hidalgo Multiflower False Rhodes grass (Four-Flower Trichloris)

Hidalgo Multiflower False Rhodes grass (Four-Flower Trichloris)

Kinney False Rhodesgrass (Two- Flower Trichloris)

Kinney False Rhodesgrass (Two- Flower Trichloris)

Warm Season Non-native Items

We recommend planting these items from March to June, and August through October.

Browntop Millet

Browntop Millet

German Millet

German Millet

Japanese Millet

Japanese Millet

Common Bermudagrass

Common Bermudagrass

Cool Season Non-native Items

We recommend planting these items from September to December

Annual Ryegrass

Annual Ryegrass

Cereal Rye

Cereal Rye

Rendition Tall Fescue

Rendition Tall Fescue

Winter Wheat

Winter Wheat