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Ogren's findings also have impacts on kids and dogs playing in the yard. "Common Bermudagrass produces considerable pollen, even if kept mowed low. A better choice would be hybrid Bermudagrass, as these make little or no pollen. Another good choice is one of the female clones of Buffalograss, such as '609', 'Legacy' or 'UC Verde' as these are pollen-free lawn grasses," says Ogren.
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