|SCIENTIFIC NAME:||Sporobolus indicus|
|FEATURES:||Growth habit: Upright growth habit, 1.5 to 3 feet tall. Plant can tolerate low, infrequent mowing;
Stem: Rounded and glabrous. Leaf: Thin, glabrous with a white midrib. Five to eight inches long.
Leaves usually rolled or folded.; Collar: A minuscule fringe of hairs; Inflorescence: A thin spike up
to 3 feet tall, often contaminated with a black smut fungus.
|DESCRIPTION:||Common pasture and unimproved turfgrass weed in droughty and/or sandy soils. Leaves usually
rolled or folded presumably due to droughty conditions.