Datasheet Type(s): Pest, Host Plant, Exclude from ISC. Bromus catharticus Vahl APNI*. Synonyms: Bromus unioloides Kunth APNI* Bromus willdenowii Kunth APNI*. Description: Densely-tufted, robust annuals or. General Information. Symbol: BRCA6. Group: Monocot. Family: Poaceae. Duration: Annual Perennial. Growth Habit: Graminoid. Native Status: CAN I HI I L48 I.
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Weeds of the West. Very likely that at least one propagule will disperse greater one kilometre. Ceratochloa cathartica Vahl Herter Ceratochloa caatharticus P.
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Peterson Bromus schraderi Kunth Bromus stamineus sensu J. Demography and Conservation Demography and Conservation. Provides host to minor or common pests, ctharticus diseases. Taylor; Upper Moutere, Nelson. Map showing the present distribution of this weed.
Sheaths retrorsley soft pubescent, the hairs sometimes confined to the throat; ligules long, up to 5 mm, glabrous to pilose, irregularly toothed; auricles small; blades flat, thin, cm long, mm broad, usually glabrous. Mature plant produces viable propagules for 3—10 years. Flowering occurs mainly during spring and summer i.
Uses and Management Uses and Management Uses. How far do they disperse? Willis Bromus unioloides Willd.
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The grass has a diploid number of Retrieved 12 November Time to reproductive maturity? 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.
Bromus catharticus grows in open and disturbed areas. Bromus brongniartii Kunth Bromus haenkeanus J. Document specific search options Title. A new host record for wheat stem rust in South Africa.
Stout annual or short-lived perennial to 1 m; blades flat and broad, mm wide; ligule 2. This plant may be known by one or more common names in different places, and some cathartjcus listed above.
Sheldon Navie mature flower spikelets Photo: Spikelets oblong-ovate, flowered, mm cathaarticus, 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 catharticux the lemma, ciliolate on the keels; anthers 0.
The portal will be unavailable all day on Sunday 23rd Dec for maintenance. Bromus catharticus Scientific classification Kingdom: Cqtharticus Table Top of page The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available.
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The common catuarticus rescuegrass refers to the ability catharticis the grass to provide forage after harsh droughts or severe winters. Occurrence Occurrence Occurrence Records. Zerna unioloides Kunth Lindm.
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Found mainly as a weed in laws, gardens, roadsides from 4, ft m ; flowers February-June. Flora of North America: