|foxtail, bristlegrass (Setaria spp.)||
foxtail, bristlegrass (Setaria spp.; GRASS FAMILY [Poaceae]) Introduced annual grasses, 1-3' tall, with narrow terminal panicles, dense and spikelike or somewhat loose and open. One to several bristles (setae) are borne just below each spikelet. Palatable and nutritious species which form a significant part of the forage of southwestern ranges, but generally considered weeds in Wisconsin. 
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