Grazing Oklahoma – Threeawns

June 1, 2016 0

By Rob Cook Characteristics: Several threeawn species grow in Oklahoma and are commonly known as tickle grass or wiregrass. Threeawns are native, warm-season, annual or perennial grasses. Mature height is about 6 to 20 inches […]

Grazing Oklahoma – Saw Greenbrier

May 4, 2016 0

By Josh Gaskamp Characteristics: Greenbrier is a perennial, warm-season woody vine native to the eastern two-thirds of North America, including the Southern Great Plains. It can climb into tree canopies using tendrils or when there […]

Grazing Oklahoma – Hairy Vetch

March 15, 2016 0

By Josh Gaskamp Characteristics: Hairy vetch is an introduced annual cool-season forb. It belongs to the family Fabaceae (legume family). Many species in this family, including hairy vetch, have the ability to fix nitrogen. Hairy […]

Grazing Oklahoma – Tall Fescue

February 17, 2016 0

By Rob Cook Characteristics: Tall fescue is an introduced cool-season perennial grass. It grows about 19 to 48 inches tall and sometimes has rhizomes. Tall fescue was brought to the U.S. from Europe during the […]

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