[TN-Bird] Re: Crooked Branch hazard
- From: Jeffrey Walck <jwalck1@xxxxxxxxx>
- To: jerryspickinparlor@xxxxxxxxx
- Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2022 08:35:28 -0500
It might be one of the species of cut grass in the genus Leersia.
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On Aug 3, 2022, at 8:10 AM, Jerry Webb <jerryspickinparlor@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I walked across the waist high grassy field at crooked branch yesterday and
the grass is extremely sharp. By the time I was back my legs were cut up
pretty bad. I had no idea there was grass that can do this, but if you want
to walk across the field, don't wear shorts, it can comfortably be crossed in
long pants. Is there anyone who has information on what this grass might be?
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