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Panicum miliaceum L. ssp. miliaceum - Broomcorn Millet, Proso

Line drawing from USDA Database

 
 
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Order:  Poales  
 
Family: Poaceae, Grass Family 
 
Panicum miliaceum L. ssp. miliaceum, Broomcorn millet, Proso

Synonymy: none

Lower Taxa: P.iliaceum ssp. ruderale (Kitagawa) Tzvelev. Found in Wisconsin and Minnesota

Origin: Introduced from Ols WOrld; Occasionally culitvated in North America

Habit: Herbaceous, graminoid, annual grass

Habitat: Moist sandy soil

Range: Found on ballast in Camden and Landisville (Atlantic Co.) CP-S

Frequency: Occasional

Rank/Status: G4, /introduced

Wetland Status: FAC-

Flowering & Reproduction: Flowering in July, spikelets mature in fall

Comments:  Old collections have been made from ballast in Camden and Gloucester City, and on waste ground in Landisville (now called Buena Vista)

Reference Specimen:  Isaac Burk,  10/1/1875; Camden County, CHRU #118227.

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