Cheatgrass

Cheatgrass
Cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum L.) (Photo by Cassondra Skinner, USDA-NRCS Plants Database)

June 6 Field Tour on Cheatgrass Management Research May 24, 2018

The UNL Panhandle Research and Extension Center will host a field tour on cheatgrass management research on June 6 in Scottsbluff.

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Figure 2. Cheatgrass seed heads (or panicles) as they mature. The panicles on the left are shattering, the second on the left is mature but not shattering, the two on the right are immature.
Figure 2. Cheatgrass seed heads (or panicles) as they mature. The panicles on the left are shattering, the second on the left is mature but not shattering, the two on the right are immature.

Nebraska Extension Pest of the Month: Cheatgrass October 17, 2016

The winter annual weed species cheatgrass is competitive with crops, desirable forage, and native plants and will reduce productivity of crop and range land. Learn how grazing, mowing, and properly timed herbicide application can be integrated to provide effective control.

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