Dactylis

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a monocotyledonous grass of the family Gramineae (has only one species)

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05) in the greenhouse than in the germination chamber for cock's foot (13.
For bermuda grass and cock's foot, R50 were 28 and 10, respectively, in the control and decreased to 10 and 8, respectively, in the T 7 and in the T 15 treatments.
Cumulative germination became stabilized at the 44th day after sowing in bermuda grass, at the 26th day in cock's foot, at the 23rd day in darnel, at the 19th day in rye grass, at the 12th day in alfalfa, and at the 9th day in birdsfoot trefoil.
Darnel, rye grass, and cock's foot had more leaves (p [less than] 0.
In this case, rye grass, darnel, and cock's foot may supply a satisfactory seedling density in an acceptably short period of time, even though cock's foot germination was low.
When sowing was done over pure sewage/sludge, alfalfa, birdsfoot trefoil and cock's foot did not germinate, and the establishment efficiency of rye grass and darnel was very low, whereas the efficiency of bermuda grass was 19 times higher than in control conditions.