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Bromus

a genus of valuable fodder grasses in the family Poaceae. Includes B. inermis (smooth bromegrass), B. catharticus (B. unioloides, prairie grass).
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Ecological status of introduced brome grass (Bromus spp.
He crossed the doe urine scent trail through the brome grass --a trail I had laid out some 90 minutes earlier.
Earlier in the week, hunting from a treestand farther to the west, I had observed several does emerging from some cedars, crossing the waist-high brome grass field, jumping the fence, and traveling on north to the cornfield.
As they traveled from their bedding area to the cornfield, the does followed several north-south trails through the brome grass before jumping the fence and proceeding on across a pasture to the cornfield.
Now here's the key: To scent-check the trails of the does, bucks were following an east-west trail parallel to the fence through the brome grass for several hundred yards.
Trouble was, I couldn't just walk through that tall brome grass and drag a scented rag through there.
Plants that cause mechanical injury: Clover, Cocklebur, Downy Brome grass, Sand Bur, Squirrel tail grass