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Tag Archives: rangeland
Many of the prairies we manage have pretty degraded plant communities, characterized by low plant diversity and dominance by a few grass species – including the invasive Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis). Our primary objective for these prairies is to increase plant diversity, … Continue reading
Here is a photo of the seed pods of a very common prairie plant in Nebraska. I wonder how many readers can identify it? The spiny pods are approximately the diameter of a dime. Think you know?