Venuto BC, Burso BL, Hussey MA, Redfearn DD, Wyatt WE, Brown LP (2003) Forage yield, nutritive value, and grazing tolerance of Dallisgrass
(Paspalum dilatatum) is a common weed in Valley lawns and is a close relative of seashore Paspalum.
27: If your pasture is fading with the heat, consider Bermuda grass, crabgrass and dallisgrass
for next year's July forage.
Grasses such as bermudagrass, bahia grass, and dallisgrass
are used as perennial forages in the southern United States.
ANNUAL PERENNIAL GRASSES GRASSES Annual bluegrass Bentgrass Barnyardgrass Bermudagrass Hairy crabgrass Dallisgrass
Smooth crabgrass Tall fescue Green foxtail Johnsongrass Yellow foxtail Kikuyugrass Goosegrass Knotgrass Fall panicum Nimblewill Rescuegrass Purple nutsedge * Sandbur Yellow nutsedge * Six-weeks fescue Quackgrass Smutgrass Torpedograss Velvetgrass BROADLEAF WEEDS Creeping beggarweed Wild garlic Pigweed Field bindweed Hawkweed Pineappleweed Bittercress Healall Broadleaf plantain Burdock Henbit Buckhorn plantain Creeping buttercup Ground ivy Common purslane Carpetweed Knapweed Shepherdspurse Wild carrot Knotweed Red sorrel Common chickweed Lambsquarters Speedwells (spp.
Some of the more commonly used warm-season grasses are Bermudagrass, Johnsongrass, Bahiagrass, Dallisgrass
, Switch grass and the Bluestem grasses.
Intra- and interspecific hybridization between dallisgrass
216, 1960) Sensitive Sodium Percentage Moderately Tolerant Most (Exchangeable Tolerant (ESP = Tolerant [ESP] = 2-20) (ESP = 20-40) 40-60) (ESP Above 60) Deciduous fruit Clovers Wheat Crested wheatgrass Nuts Oats Cotton Tall wheatgrass Citrus fruit Tall fescue Alfalfa Rhodesgrass Avocado Rice Barley Bean Dallisgrass
Poisoning--Cattle poisoning caused by grazing on dallisgrass
pastures which have ergot growing on the grass seeds.
We've found responses to gaura, bitterweed, dallisgrass
that's infected with a fungus called ergot, and a species of willow.
The predominant herbaceous vegetation in the area where rice rats were caught was Johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense), bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon), Virginia wild rye (Elymus virginicus), and dallisgrass
(Paspalum dilatatum), achieving heights of one and a half to two meters during summer.