Johnson Grass, Sorghum halepense

Johnson Grass
Sorghum halepense



Plant

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Family: Andropogoneae, Bluestem Family
Perennial
Plant Size: Generally less than 6' (1.8 M) in our area.
Blooms in: Summer/Fall
Habitat Preferred: Disturbed earth, roadsides, cultivated areas
Photo(s) taken at: Peck's Lake, 8/99
Bloom Color: Green
Other Common Names:
Origin: Eurasian
Comments: Johnson grass and it's close cousin, Sudan Grass, are good forage for cattle.
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