Click on images to enlarge. Bromus catharticus Vahl var. Peterson Bromus schraderi Kunth Bromus stamineus sensu J. Willis Bromus unioloides Willd.
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Weeds of golf courses on the island of Tenerife. Malas hierbas de los campos de golf de la isla de Tenerife. CABI, Undated. CABI, Undated a. One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. Toggle navigation. Datasheet Bromus catharticus prairiegrass. Don't need the entire report? Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. Generate report.
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Weeds of Australia - Biosecurity Queensland Edition Fact Sheet
Bromus catharticus is a species of brome grass known by the common names rescuegrass , grazing brome , prairie grass , and Schrader's bromegrass. The common name rescuegrass refers to the ability of the grass to provide forage after harsh droughts or severe winters. The grass has a diploid number of It is native to South America but it can be found in other places, including Europe, Australia and North America, as an introduced species. Bromus catharticus is a coarse winter annual or biennial grass, growing 0.
Bromus (Bromus catharticus)
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Present distribution Scientific name: Bromus catharticus Vahl Common name s : bromus Map showing the present distribution of this weed. Habitat: waste places, rotation crops, perennial crops and grassland Hafliger and Scholz On very dry soils is often an annual. In the non-coloured areas the plant is unlikely to establish as the climate, soil or landuse is not presently suitable.
Bromus willdenowii Kunth Ceratochloa unioloides Wind. Festuca unioloides Willd. Leaf-blades up to 30 cm long and 8 mm wide; sheaths glabrous or pubescent. Panicle oblong, cm long, loose. Spikelets oblong-ovate, flowered, mm long, strongly laterally compressed, the lemmas closely overlapping and concealing the short intemodes; glumes narrowly lanceolate in side view, the lower mm long, a little shorter than the upper, accuminate, the lemmas narrowly lanceolate in side view, the lower mm long laterally ,fattened and sharply keeled, herbaceous with hyaline margins, nerved, scaberulous on the nerves, minutely 2-toothed with an awn-point up to 3 mm long from between the teeth; palea shorther than the lemma, ciliolate on the keels; anthers 0. Type: Peru, Dombey P.