Maize rising above a "fog" of some grass or other. Note also the presence of Echinochloa crus-galli.
No interactions present.
Looks like Sorghum bicolor var.
...looks like a variety of Sorghum bicolor.
... if that's the one that you mean, was assumed to be Zea mays. The one mixed in with the Panicum is to the best of my knowledge Echinochloa crus-galli - I've seen it at several sites, 3 of which have been confirmed by VC recorders.
Oh dear, they're all in rows. I don't think random seed-dispersal does that. Apologies. Ah, here comes nurse.
... from subsequent observation in 2013, as Panicum capillare, after suspicion by myself and the county recorder of it being a different Panicum species.
Lat/Lng: 53.2083, -2.2909
OS grid ref: SJ806679