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Discussion in 'Habitat Forum' started by hannibal, Aug 7, 2017.
Clayton.................anyone? Is that what some refer to as Swamp Timothy? We have more of it this year than in years past. Good? Bad?
Kinda looks like plain ol Timothy to me. What's the problem ? Good lookin' corn.
WHUP. Yeah, I'm not complaining...........corn crop is very good this year. We almost always have predominately smartweed and millet grow in-between the corn areas. Just seemed odd that this Timothy came on so strong this year and out of nowhere. I thought the same thing..........looked like plain old Timothy. Was not sure of the value of it for ducks and then I read about this Swamp Timothy that I have never heard of before. Was just curious.
Let the games begin!!!!
That is a heck of a stand. I usually only see a few scattered plants or room sized patches. Yes it is considered s desirable food source.
Thanks Clayton. Is this just regular old Timothy or Swamp Timothy. If it's desirable probably don't matter. Just curious.
This is swamp timothy.
Could this be it? I'm not 100% sure, but did not know what swamp timothy was?
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Yellow Foxtail Scouting and Prevention:
The stem of a Yellow Foxtail is typically rounded and stand at about 4ft. tall. The leaf blades are about 2 to 12 inches long with a spiral twist on most of them. The top of the leaves are hairless, aside from the long hairs that grow from the base and lower edges of the plant. The flower heads are yellow to reddish, densely packed, and shaped like a spike with a bristly appearance. The bloom of these flowers takes place from June to December.