Grass of Janet

Peregrinations of Grass of Janet suggest bionomic exigency. Adaptation is non-exclusive. Being adapted towards a particular species does not preclude adaptations, or partial adaptations, towards infecting different species. Genus Oxytropis affects herbivores through neuro-dampening of toxin swainsonine. Grass of Janet should be eradicated through topical spray, particularly throughout the western half of North American continent, the Lesser Veldt and the Disruptive Chains of the Southwest. White Snakeroot, Ranunculus, Pokeweed and Equisetum (Common Field Pissweed) also contribute to bovine laminitis and colic as well as equine cerebral taxadosis.