Alternative terms for "Sorghum halapense"
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Literary usage of Sorghum halapense
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1. Report of the Secretary of Agriculture by United States Dept. of Agriculture (1892)
"Johnson grass (Sorghum halapense) flourishes on the irrigated lands to an extent that is quite vexatious to cultivators. From Del Rio to El Paso, ..."
2. Flora of the Rocky Mountains and Adjacent Plains, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming by Per Axel Rydberg (1917)
"Sorghum halapense Pers. JOHNSON GRASS. In fields and waste places: Pa.—Fla.—Tex.—Colo.; Calif.; Mex., C. Am. and S. Am.; escaped from cultivation. Je-D. 6. ..."
3. Bulletin of the Cornell University by Cornell University (1874)
"Numerous acervuli in broadly elliptical spots ; setae single, or few in a tuft or effuse covering large areas. Conidia 25- x 4- On Sorghum halapense spots ..."
4. Sorgho and Imphee, the Chinese and African Sugar Canes: A Treatise Upon by Henry Steel Olcott, Leonard Wray (1857)
"... the Kaffir or Guinea corn being Sorghum vulgare, or Sorghum halapense, or Sorghum andropogon, as its several kinds are called by various authors. ..."