YELLOW FOXTAIL, Setaria lutescens
(Weigel) Hubb. 1, entire plant; 2, seeds. Annual,
reproducing by seeds. Stems erect, 1 to 2 feet (30 to 60 cm) tail.
Leaves flat, often having a spiral twist, with many long hairs on
the upper surface near the base. Panicle dense, erect. Spikelets
with 5 or more bristles. Seed about 1/12 inch (2 mm) long, mostly
yellowish but some dark brown. Found in all places except woods.
A serious weed. Also commonly known as pigeon grass.