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Green Grasses

Grasses, like forbs, can also be invasive.  For an extensive review on grasses in general, click HERE. For specific information on roadside invasive grasses, click on each specific one for more information.

Map No. 1

Russian Thistle Absinth Wormwood Halogeton Kochia Yellow Nutsedge

Map No. 2

Leafy Spurge Marajuana, Hemp Syrian Beancaper Myrtle Spurge Cypress Spurge

Map No. 3

Reed Canary Grass Smooth Brome Johnsongrass Tall Fescue Cheat Grass

Map No. 4

Bermuda Grass Giant Reed Chinese Silver Grass Pampas Grass

Map No. 5

Cogongrass Buffelgrass Fountain Grass African Feather Grass

Mapt No. 6

Kikuyu Grass Medusahead Jointed Goatgrass Wild Proso Millet

Map No. 7

Milium Wild Oats Foxtail Barley Matgrass

Map No. 8

Serrated Tussock Japanese Silt Grass Wild Red Rice Giant Phragmites
Blue/Orange Forbes Lavender Forbs Yellow Forbs Pink Forbs White Forbs Green Grasses

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