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Agricultural plant

Posted by Sknowlesy uK (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 2, 14 at 7:56

does anyone know what this is? It is planted in a agricultural field at Keele university in staffordshire Uk.


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RE: Agricultural plant

uh....grass? lol. Hope someone can help you on this, cause I sure cant :O
Kinda reminds me of the Quackgrass or Johnson's Grass, but so hard to tell, without really seeing the sheaths where/how blades attach, etc.


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RE: Agricultural plant

I know I thought this was grass too but I dont know why it would be planted unless it has some remedial value to crops for the next year


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RE: Agricultural plant

Rye?


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RE: Agricultural plant

Duplicate post answered some while ago. Unless you can go back and get a new picture you won't get any more information. It should be showing the flowering or seed heads by now which would help.

Here is a link that might be useful: Previous post

This post was edited by floral_uk on Mon, Jun 2, 14 at 10:20


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