Invade This!

Aren't the grasses such wonderful organisms? You'll be surprised to hear that there are more species of grass than you probably know of.Attribution to James Lindsey at Ecology of Commanster. Permission granted. One of which is Bromus hordeaceus, more commonly known as Soft Chess, Soft Cheat, and Bull Grass. We will refer to Bromus hordeaceus with these common names very frequently as you look at our website!

Bromus hordeaceus is a weed, much like many other grasses, and it's invasive to most of its Permission granted. Attribution to David Fenwick.nonnative areas and can be a very large problem for farmers in those areas.

As you search through our site, you will learn about the Classification of our organism, the Habitat and Geography (so that you can find Bromus hordeaceus in its native and nonnative lands where it is either balancing the ecosystem or invading and causing chaos), how it gets its nutrition, the Adaptations of our grass, its way of being successful in Reproduction, and B. hordeaceus's Interactions with other organisms.
Click here to go to the Classification page!

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Or visit the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse Website.