During the spring of 1982, 41 plots were burned in three different grass types in west Texas: 20 plots in tobosagrass near Gail, 17 plots in weeping lovegrass near Brownfield, and 4 plots in buffalograss near Justiceburg. This research was designed to investigate the relationship between fireline intensity and post-fire grass response. A secondary objective was to evaluate the correlation between post-fire grass response and several other prescribed burning variables. Fires were ignited under a variety of weather conditions to obtain a wide range of fireline intensities. Yield, plant height, number of seed stalks, and change in basal area were sampled in late July to evaluate the first-year effect of burning on grass response.