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Help with Grass ID

Posted by SteveIN 5 (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 20, 05 at 1:53


I took a few pictures on a walk through my neighboring farmland. Can anyone help me to ID these grasses? All pictures are from June 19th and taken in Indiana.


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RE: Help with Grass ID

You might try on the 'ornamental grasses' forum or on the 'Name the Plant' forum. Nancy - (Grasses are a whole new world for me.)

RE: Help with Grass ID

My best guesses are:
Pic #1 Timothy
#2 Tall fescue
#3 Annual ryegrass(could be perennial ryegrass, I suppose)

I know I'm correct on #3, and am fairly sure about #2, less so about #1

RE: Help with Grass ID

Hi, Steve
I come across grasses from time to time that are a mystery to me; one resource I found which is very helpful:

Best, MWB

Here is a link that might be useful: U of Wisc. Stevens Point FAMILY GUIDE to GRASSES, SEDGES, RUSHES

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