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However, the difference in crude protein values among Rhodes grass (6.67%), Finger grass (6.20%) and Green Panic grass (5.55%) was statistically non- significant.
Examples of these habitats are shallow flooded wetlands that when drained in the spring and summer will grow up with annual grasses and weeds such as millets and panic grasses. Thus, providing feed for migrating and wintering waterfowl in winter.
The panic grasses are among the few eaten by whitetails, mostly in the early, cool-season stages of growth.