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|Botanical Name||Panicum Maximum|
|Common Name||Guinea grass (Australia, United States), zaina, pasto Guinea (Peru), gramalote (Puerto Rico)|
|Synonyms||Panicum abscissum Swallen, Panicum acostia R.D.Webster|
|Altitude||Sea level up to 2500 mt.|
|Seed Collection period||June- July|
|Seed Counts per KG||Approx 1750000|
|Plant Average Height||0.75-3 Mt.|
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|Location||All Countries Except India|
Panicum (panicgrass) is a large genus of about 450 species of grasses native throughout the tropical regions of the world, with a few species extending into the northern temperate zone. They are often large, annual or perennial grasses, growing to 1–3 m tall.
A tufted perennial, often with a shortly creeping rhizome, variable 60-200 cm high, leaf-blades up to 35 mm wide tapering to fine point; panicle 12- 40 cm long, open spikelets 3-3.5 mm long, obtuse, mostly purple red, glumes unequal, the lower one being one-third to one-fourth as long as the spikelet, lower floret usually male. Upper floret (seed) distinctly transversely wrinkled.