And I dont mean the kind you smoke. I am slowly converting a little of my fescue pasture to native warm season grass. It takes a lot of time, effort, and expense to do it. It takes a lot of time and effort to keep it that way - and so far, it has proven to be unused by wildlife. But, I have some ground made for it, I like plants, I like the way it looks, I like the diversity - so I am going to try to keep a few acres. It has been a long time since my plant taxonomy classes - and I could key these species - but thought I would try the easy way first. Correct me on any of this if I am wrong. This first one is Eastern gamagrass. Unlike most of the native warm season grasses - it has a seed big enough for something to actually eat. The grass is very high in protien and it is a relative of corn.