drooping brome

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Synonyms for drooping brome

annual or winter annual grass with softly hairy leaves of the Mediterranean

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Patch size of the cheat grass type was not likely directly related to changes in deer group size.
Tumbleweeds, cheat grass and other invaders were burned at the 1,800-acre reserve to clear the ground for wildflowers and native bunch grasses that grow less vigorously than exotic species brought in by man and his animals.
Bromus, also known as cheat grass or bronco grass, dries up in the arid West around late May.
Protecting hunters from brambles and briars while they're walking through thick brush, cheat grass and sticker bushes, the pant features a side elastic waistband for increased comfort and layering, articulated knee for enhanced mobility, suspender buttons, nylon-reinforced belt loops, and rugged jean-style front button and rear security pockets.
such as foxtail barley, cheat grass, and spear grass.
Invasive cheat grass, however, blooms early, grows quickly, then dies and dries.
Just another few acres of scrub oak, pinyon/juniper, and cheat grass crackling in a summer that seemed, to firefighters in the American West, composed of nothing but orange-and-black skies.
Rock rubble and cliffs interspersed with cheat grass run to the horizon, and in some places, it all looks good.
Sprawled out in the knee-high cheat grass, Shake retied his boots and spit angry words between deep breaths.