Originally published in the SaskBarley November 2016 newsletter
In 2005, Troy LaForge, an agronomist with Ultimate Yield Management, began noticing a new weed sprouting up in southern Saskatchewan.
It turned out to be Japanese Brome, a cool season, annual grass that can reach one metre in height and is thought to have moved north from the United States.

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