Bulbous bluegrass, Poa bulbosa L. Public Deposited

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  • Bulbous bluegrass is another example of an introduced European plant that escaped to become weedy. The first reports of its growth in the United States were experimental plantings at Arlington, Virginia, in 1907, and one at Pullman, Washington, at about the same time. It was produced commercially in southern Oregon soon after this and was planted with alfalfa, where its presence tended to reduce invasion by weeds. By 1919, it had spread over much of southern Oregon.
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