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Synonyms for Bromus

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It has produced an information sheet to identify the types of brome grass, plus expected yield losses attributable to the various species.
Season end 45 none Herd size 200 650 Milking cows 75-90 380-410 Major breeds Holstein, with crosses Holstein with a few of Ayrshire, Jersey, crosses of Jersey and Brown Swiss, and Brown Swiss Normandy Major forages Fescue, brome grass, Alfalfa, fescue, brome grown alfalfa, perennial grass, perennial ryegrass, white clover ryegrass Production system Pasture+grain Chopped fresh forage Summer (10%) mixed in TMR Winter Conserved forage TMR (no corn silage) (ad lib)+grain Grain (DM kg/cow/d) 6.
Other species included bluegrass; goldenrod, Solidago; timothy, Phleum pratense; brome grass, Bromus inermis; clover, Trifolium repens and T.
A flock of 15 hens and a rooster flushed far ahead of me and the dog in a huge field of short brome grass.
These grasses include windmill grass (Chloris verticilata), arrowfeather, brome grass (Bromus japonicus), flat sedge (Cyperus stirgosus), starved rosette grass, love grass, wooly grass (Eroneuron pilosa) and common curlymesquite (Hilaria belangeri).
Each site showed meadows of tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea); right-of-ways of smooth brome grass (Bromus inermis); and overgrown fencerows of lodged smooth brome grass, wild grape (Vitis sp.
With burning, prairie plants are even able to outcompete exotic brome grass.
I'm rattling through frost-stiffened brome grass this morning, mulling over the gulf between the palette and the world.
3) TMR contained alfalfa hay, alfalfa haylage, brome grass hay, corn silage, flaked corn, USU commodity mix, whole cotton seed, soy plus, custom yeast, beet pulp, molasses, and EnrGII 18.
Interactive effects of red brome grass (Bromus rubens) density and time of establishment on the early survival and growth of blackbrush (Coleogyne ramosissima) seedlings were quantitatively investigated.