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Missouri Weed Seeds

Poaceae (Grass family)

Grass and grasslike plant family

About 270 species of true grasses are found in the state. Many species are economically important, including corn, wheat, sorghum, rye, fescue, oats, rice, barley and various millets.

BarnyardgrassBarnyardgrass
Echinochloa crus-galli
 

Bluegrass, annualBluegrass, annual
Poa annua
 

Brome, downyBrome, downy
Bromus tectorum
 

Brome, JapaneseBrome, Japanese
Bromus japonicus
 

BroomsedgeBroomsedge
Andropogon virginicus
 

Canarygrass, reedCanarygrass, reed
Phalaris arundinacea
 

CheatCheat
Bromus secalinus
 

Crabgrass, largeCrabgrass, large
Digitaria sanguinalis
 

Crabgrass, smoothCrabgrass, smooth
Digitaria ischaemum
 

Cupgrass, woollyCupgrass, woolly
Eriochloa villosa
 

DropseedDropseed
Sporobulus asper
 

Fountaingrass, crimsonFountaingrass, crimson
Pennisetum ruppelii
 

Foxtail, bristlyFoxtail, bristly
Setaria verticillata
 

Foxtail, giantFoxtail, giant
Setaria faberi
 

FoxtailgreenFoxtail, green
Setaria viridis
 

FoxtailyellowFoxtail, yellow
Setaria glauca
 

Goatgrass, jointedGoatgrass, jointed
Aegilops cylindrica
 

GoosegrassGoosegrass
Eleusine indica
 

Indiangrass, yellowIndiangrass, yellow
Sorghastrum nutans
 

JohnsongrassJohnsongrass
Sorghum halepense
 

Lovegrass, purpleLovegrass, purple
Eragrostis spectabilis
 

Mannagrass, fowlMannagrass, fowl
Glyceria striata
 

Millet, foxtailMillet, foxtail
Setaria italica
 

Oat, wildOat, wild
Avena fatua
 

Panicum, fallPanicum, fall
Panicum dichotomiflorum
 

Paspalum, fieldPaspalum, field
Paspalum laeve
 

Paspalum, hairyseedPaspalum, hairyseed
Paspalum pubiflorum
 

Paspalum, thinPaspalum, thin
Paspalum setaceum
 

PurpletopPurpletop
Tridens flavus
 

QuackgrassQuackgrass
Elytrigia repens
 

Sandbur, longspineSandbur, longspine
Cenchrus longispinus
 

ShattercaneShattercane
Sorghum bicolor
 

StinkgrassStinkgrass
Eragrostis cilianensis
 

SwitchgrassSwitchgrass
Panicum virgatum
 

Threeawn, prairieThreeawn, prairie
Aristida oligantha
 

TimothyTimothy
Phleum pratense
 

Tridens, longspikeTridens, longspike
Tridens strictus
 

Windmillgrass, tumbleWindmillgrass, tumble
Chloris verticillata
 

WitchgrassWitchgrass
Panicum capillare
 

For an idea of relative seed size, each photograph contains a millimeter ruler. The distance between increments is 1 mm.

 

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