Panicum repens
Panicum repens
(torpedo grass)
Plants
Exotic

25 results for Panicum repens (torpedo grass)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
4138 Panicum repens Habitat Alteration Observational Field Panicum repens has overrun over 8 hectares of natural inundated grasslands in the Tram... 35826
4139 Panicum repens Competition Observational Field Panicum repens has overrun over 300 hectares of Oryza rufipogon grasslands in the... 35826
4140 Panicum repens Competition Observational Field Panicum repens acts as the primary weed of sugarcane in Taiwan. 28572
4141 Panicum repens Aquaculture/Agriculture Observational Field Panicum repens acts as the primary weed of sugarcane in Taiwan. 28572
4142 Panicum repens Competition Observational Field Panicum repens acts as the primary weed of pineapple in West Africa. 28572
4143 Panicum repens Aquaculture/Agriculture Observational Field Panicum repens acts as the primary weed of pineapple in West Africa. 28572
4144 Panicum repens Competition Observational Field Panicum repens acts as the primary weed of rice in Southeastern Asia (Indonesia and Sri... 28572
4145 Panicum repens Aquaculture/Agriculture Observational Field Panicum repens acts as the primary weed of rice in Southeastern Asia (Indonesia and Sri... 28572
4146 Panicum repens Competition Observational Field Panicum repens acts as the primary weed of coconuts, oil palm, and rubber in Malaysia. 28572
4147 Panicum repens Aquaculture/Agriculture Observational Field Panicum repens acts as the primary weed of coconuts, oil palm, and rubber in Malaysia. 28572
4148 Panicum repens Competition Observational Field Panicum repens acts as the primary weed of multiple orchard crops in Thailand. 28572
4149 Panicum repens Aquaculture/Agriculture Observational Field Panicum repens acts as the primary weed of multiple orchard crops in Thailand. 28572
4150 Panicum repens Competition Observational Field Panicum repens has spread through 40,000 hectares around Florida's Lake Okeechobee area... 35843
4151 Panicum repens Competition Anecdotal N/A Panicum repens has spread through 40,000 hectares around Florida's Lake Okeechobee area... 35827
4152 Panicum repens Navigation Observational Field Panicum repens mats can become dense enough to obstruct water flow in canals and/or... 35840
4153 Panicum repens Recreation Observational Field Dense mat of Panicum repens can limit recreational use of shorelines surrounding lakes... 35840
4154 Panicum repens Competition Observational Field Dense mats of Panicum repens replaced over 14,000 acres of native marsh around Lake... 28963
4155 Panicum repens Competition Observational Field Panicum repens forms dense swards that replace native species. 34483
4156 Panicum repens Habitat Alteration Observational Field Panicum repens has proven to be a useful species for the reclamation of saline soils due... 35832
4157 Panicum repens Aquaculture/Agriculture Observational Field Panicum repens has proven to be a useful species for the reclamation of saline soils due... 35832
4158 Panicum repens Human Health Observational Field Panicum repens is commonly used as a source of ethno-medicines in India. 35842
4159 Panicum repens Competition Observational Field The dense growth of Panicum repens in the Everglades prevents the growth of submerged... 35825
4160 Panicum repens Habitat Alteration Experimental Field The dense growth of Panicum repens in the Everglades prevents the growth of submerged... 35825
4161 Panicum repens Water Quality Observational Field The dense growth of Panicum repens in the Everglades prevents the growth of submerged... 35825
4162 Panicum repens Human Health Experimental Laboratory The ethanolic extract of Panicum repens has favorable natriuretic, kaliuretic, and... 35822

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