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Bulbous Bluegrass is Loving the Moisture

 


Courtesy PR Extension

“The bulbous bluegrass is taking full advantage of the moisture this spring” stated Powder River Extension Agent Mary Rumph. Rumph described the invader as a thin stemmed, wiry grass that cures early and is often found in areas vegetated by downy brome.

“Bulbous bluegrass infestations seem to be exploding with the spring moisture,” said Rumph.

Identification Bulbous bluegrass (Poa bulbosa) is a relatively small, shallow-rooted, cool season perennial bunchgrass native to Eurasia and northern Africa. Because it grows new roots each season and has a relatively...



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