Related Family Members in Book: Avena, Chasmanthium, Eleusine, Miscanthus, Pennisetum, Phalaris
, Phragmites, Setaria, Sorghum, and Triticum
Weed flora of the experimental site comprised mainly of Phalaris
Her term at stud began with a visit to Phalaris
, then in his first season, and the result was Pharos, second in the Derby, winner of a Champion Stakes and, like his sire, twice the leading older horse.
For example, although studies have shown that Phalaris
arundinacea has a competitive advantage over native species in N-enriched soil (Green and Galatowitsch, 2001, 2002; Maurer and Zedler, 2002), it has yet to be shown that nitrogen enrichment is positively correlated with P.
canariensis), grown for feeding caged birds, is the only annual Phalaris
species that has gained commercial importance (Putnam et al.
Sites dominated by emergent plants (for example, Scirpus fluviatilis, Phalaris
arundinacea and Lythrum salicaria) in sites such as Old Woman Creek, Rosemont Country Club and Rittman (Table 1) tended to have higher average canopy heights and higher proportions of plant-pole interactions (Tables 1 and 2).
Chasmanthium, E'leusine, Miscanthus, Pennisetum, Phalaris
, Phragmites, Phyllostachys, Setaria, Sorghum, and Triticum
as well as grassy weeds of wheat namely Avena fatua and Phalaris
minor (Javaid et al.
minor: Effect of different weed competition periods on density of P.
In May 1985, the site was limed (540kg/ha) and sown to phalaris
Concerning the degree of harmful materials influence in plants; respectively, Medicago sativa, lotus conrniculatus, Trifolium arundinaceae, Trifolium pratense, phalaris
arundinaceae, phleum pratense and Dactylis glomerata were observed.
, Pharos, Colorado, Fairway, Hyperion and Alycidon were among the champions bred by Derby who became outstanding sires, and their descendants and those of many of his other stallions and broodmares became cornerstones of top-class breeding throughout the world.
Grasses growing at this site were Phalaris
arundinacea (abundant), Festuca subverticillata, Elymus villosus, and Leersia virginica.
Aurora) (P1); lucerne and phalaris
Selection for persistence under grazing in winter-active populations of the perennial grass, Phalaris