Echinochloa frumentacea - Stout, tufted, leafy annual, 60 – 100 cm or more tall; culms erect or almost so, herbaceous and somewhat inflated, terete or compressed, glabrous, few-noded, nodes glagrous; blades usually flat, linear-lanceolate, acuminate, not narrowed at base; ligule, auricles and collar glabrous. Sheath cetaceous, becoming very loose, glabrous, strongly nerved. Panicle compact and continuous or almost so, shortly excerted. Grain strongly compressed dorsally.
|Scientific Name||Echinochloa frumentacea|
|Status||Only under cultivation|