Effect of replacing corn silage with annual ryegrass
silage on nutrient digestibility, intake, and milk yield for lactating dairy cows.
has lower requirements than clover for P (Ozanne et al.
Recently, a laboratory screening bioassay, the "equal compartment agar method" (ECAM), was developed and employed to assess wheat-seedling allelopathy on annual ryegrass
(Loliumrigidum) (Wu et al.
Focusing on annual ryegrass
, red clover, and Bermuda grass, they've found that over half of all the animal waste nutrients taken up by forage plants concentrates in their stems or runners.
Cut tall fescue such as Marathon to 21/2 inches tall; annual ryegrass
, buffalo grass, fine fescue, and Kentucky bluegrass to 2 inches; St.
Some straw can be used for feed, but not annual ryegrass
Cool-season silages submitted were primarily annual ryegrass
(AR) with some small grain (SG).
Thirty pregerminated seeds of annual ryegrass
(Lolium rigidum Gaudin) were placed in the pots at 1 cm depth and thinned to 20 plants per pot after reaching the two-leaf stage.
These turfgrasses include annual ryegrass
(Lolium multiflorum Lam.
3 For lawns that go dormant or turn brown over winter, overseed now or within the next few weeks with annual ryegrass
to keep them looking lush and green.
Back then, annual ryegrass
- a variety commonly grown in the Willamette Valley - could fetch 30 cents a pound, Beyer said.
Kikuyu (Pennisetum clandestinum) pastures, for example, become dominant, so temperate annual ryegrass
(Lolium multiflorum) or perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne) pastures are often sown annually to produce pasture growth during winter rotational cattle grazing (Milne and Haynes 2004).
, also called Italian ryegrass, is an annual with biennial tendencies.
IN 1980, the first case of selective herbicide resistance in a weed occurred in Australia when resistant annual ryegrass
, a major weed of wheat crops, was detected.
Dairy operations depend heavily on annual ryegrass
for high quality winter herbage in the deep south of the USA.