Originally Posted by DR. Rock
mesmerizing, and it went on forever.
David, that is, I believe, Cheatgrass...an invasive species. But:
Since the mid 20th century, cheatgrass has become the most consumed and widely occurring forage species in the Intermountain Area. If it had not been for cheatgrass invasion of ranges where the native perennial grasses were reduced by excessive, continuous, improperly timed grazing in the late 19th and early 20th century, the range livestock industry would have collapsed by the mid 20th century.