Plains bristlegrass, also streambed bristlegrass (Setaria leucopila), is a perennial prairie grass, native to the southern plains of the United States. Its height reaches from four to thirty-nine inches. Good forage for livestock, it is only fair for wildlife use. It reproduces by seeds and tillers.
Comparison of native brushland, replanted, and unaided secondary succession plant communities in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas.
May 01, 2003; Abstract Agriculture and urban development have destroyed 95% of native brushland habitat in the Lower Rio Grande Valley (LRGV)...