Different species of native grasses are useful for different purposes. Some low growing natives can be sown as lawns. Whereas higher productivity grasses are useful for pasture for all stock. On your property, natives can be used as erosion control in revegetation of degraded or disturbed land. As well as for pasture, in landscaping and as ground cover in horticultural plantations. Native perennial grass species are tolerant of poor conditions, providing ground cover in usually non-arable land. They also produce significantly lower fuel loads than introduced grasses. In conjunction with a low fuel load, their slow growth habit reduces the need to mow or slash repeatedly.