Digitaria brownii grows across much of Australia being found both in the coastal and inland areas, in the tropics and in the warmer temperate areas. It occurs in all mainland States of Australia, as well as in India.
– Cotton Panic grass is a very valuable fodder which has been highly rated for this purpose by early graziers and botanists.
– It can also be used for a visual effect with the feathery seedheads a valuable feature, although it may become too bulky unless well managed as the plants can reach up to 1 metre high.
– Cotton Panic grass is highly drought tolerant.
It is very widespread and occurs in a wide range of habitats and soils, but is most common on sandy loam soils and more fertile soils in the interior. It is also commonly found on the dry rocky slopes of the inland and on soils from sand through loam to clay.
Seed should be sown into a weed-free seedbed in early spring, or later with irrigation or summer rainfall. The seed is very light and fluffy and is difficult to sow if it is not pelletised. Seed should not be sown deeper than 5 mm on heavier soils.
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