Hungarian Grass (Panicum Germanicum) is an annual forage plant. It germinates readily, withstands the drought remarkably, remaining green even when other vegetation is parched up. If its development is arrested by dry weather, the east rain will restore it to vigor. It has numerous succulent leaves, which furnish an abundance of green fodder. Hungarian Grass flourishes in somewhat light and dry soils, though it attains its greatest luxuriance in soils of medium consistency and well-mannered. This grass is thought to contain a somewhat higher percentage of nutriment than the common millet. It is a leafy plant and remains green until the seeds mature.