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The stolon is a tillering system of Bermuda grass to propogate daughter plants of itself in separate locations from where the parent plant is. Stolons grow under ground-level, and can stretch for a long ways. This adaptation enables a wider spread of bermuda-grass population than if tillers were growing directly off the parent plant.

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