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Andropogon annulatus, Andropogon comosus, Andropogon garipensis, Andropogon nodosus, Andropogon obtusus, Andropogon scandens, Bothriochloa tuberculata, Dichanthium nodosum, Gymnandropogon annulatus, Lepeocercis annulata, Sorghum annulatum
Delhi grass, Diaz bluestem, Hindi grass, humeira, jargu grass, Kleberg bluestem, marvel grass, ringed dichanthium, sheda grass, vuda bluegrass, zamzam
Dichanthium annulatum is a species of grass. It is commonly used as a forage for livestock.[+]
Common names include marvel grass, Diaz bluestem, Kleberg bluestem, Hindi grass, ringed dichanthium, sheda grass, medio bluestem (var. papillosum), jargu grass, Delhi grass, vuda bluegrass, two-flowered golden-beard, Santa Barbara grass (English language), pajón, yerba de vias (Spanish language), hemeira, abu qasaba (Arabic), alabang grass, lindi (Philippines), pitilla (Cuba), climacuna (Colombia), song tha'o to (Vietnam), ya Hindi, ya waen (Thailand), vleivingergras (var. papillosum) (South Africa), zu-uc (Mexico), ebastan (Mali), and lukh (Sudan).
In India, where it is very important in agriculture, it has many common names, including karad, bansi, daroya, gawat, janewa, loari, marvalyan hullu, palvan, sam payen, zinjoo, and zinsma.
It is native to tropical Asia, the Middle East, and parts of Africa. It has been introduced to many other parts of the world for cultivation, and it has become naturalized in some places, such as Australia.
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