BOT 360F - Families of Vascular Plants

Grasslands to wheat fields

 

Shortgrass prairie, southwestern South Dakota, south of the Black Hills.

Photo © 2001 T. A. Dickinson

Wheat stubble, Palouse region of eastern Washington. Throughout much of western North America native grasslands have been replaced by vast fields of wheat and other grain crops. The same is true of temperate grasslands elsewhere in the world, e.g. Russia, Ukraine, Argentina.

Photo © 2001 T. A. Dickinson


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