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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.
Two of the 5 control sites in 1997 and 3 of the 5 control sites in 1998 were located in hay fields dominated by orchard grass, timothy grass, rye grass, brome grass, fescue, blue grass, red clover (Trifolium repens), and alfalfa (Medicago sativa).
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.
Sand burr, downy brome grass, squirrel-tail grass, poverty grass, mesquite, cocklebur and clover are some of the offending plants.
Plants that cause mechanical injury: Clover, Cocklebur, Downy Brome grass, Sand Bur, Squirrel tail grass