Alternative to grass named pinto pina?

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    Hello, at one of Geoff's PDC's he mentioned something by the name of "pinto pina," which is an alternative to grass. I can't seem to find anything about it online so I have a feeling I got the name wrong. Does anyone know what I'm on about?
     
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    Pinto,s peanut
     
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    Thank you @permasculptor!

    From a quick search, it seems this is a tropical species and would not do very well in this desert climate.
     
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