Kentucky blue


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valuable meadow and pasture grass in Europe and especially central United States having tall stalks and slender bright green leaves

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The effects of seed treatments on germination and establishment of Kentucky blue grass(Poa pratensis L.
Lawyers and aviation experts on Wednesday inspected runways and taxiways at Kentucky Blue Grass Airport where a Comair plane crashed last month.
The following year they obtained the proper equipment, grew about 20 acres of 100 per cent Kentucky Blue Grass and began selling it to local nurseries and contractors.
Canada Green is actually a mixture of three grasses: Kentucky blue grass, which needs lots of water and is not meant for our climate; annual rye grass, used as a winter cover for lawns such as Bermuda that go dormant during cold weather but not meant to survive the return of hot weather; red fescue, an important ingredient of shade grass mixes but not at all durable in Valley sun and requiring lots of summer water.
Kentucky Blue is unlucky not to be going into the Hartlepool Juvenile Novices' Hurdle unbeaten.
The nap vote today goes to Kentucky Blue, who can complete a hat-trick in the big race at the Yorkshire track this afternoon, the Lewis Geipel Challenge Cup Conditions Stakes.
Putting punters into seventh heaven at the North Yorkshire track were Clocking Off (2-1), Kentucky Blue (4-5), Naahy (4-9), Three Days In May (3-1), Al Azhar (7-4), Dakota Sioux (2-1) and Purring (4-6).
He admitted repeatedly poisoning the problem area, before reseeding with Earth's pinnacle grass species, Kentucky Blue.
Handling Kentucky blue grass (Poa pratensis) or the snapdragon-like butter-and-eggs (Linaria vulgaris) presented no hardship.
Lawns of drought-sensitive Kentucky blue grass dominate the lawn species throughout southern New England.
His short stories were collected in Kentucky Blue Grass Henry Smith (1932).
A mere four ounces of centipede can be spread as far as two pounds of Kentucky blue, or ten pounds of fescue, will go.
The Artemus property will produce the Jellico and Lily Seams, and upon permit revisions the Kentucky Blue Gem.
Oralair contains a mixture of freeze-dried extracts from the pollens of five grasses, including Kentucky Blue Grass, Orchard, Perennial Rye, Sweet Vernal and Timothy.
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