cord grass


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Salt grass, pickle weed, and cord grass now grow in profusion, providing food and shelter for foraging birds; tiny islands offer resting areas.
This creates a platform to include at least some bioethanol producing plants, such as corn, reed canary grass, cord grass, sorghum, switchgrass, and miscanthus into this FA phytoremediation project.
To control invasive alien plant species: Japanese rose (Rosa rugosa) Cord grass (Spartina anglica)
Delta duck potato, widgeon grass and duckweed exists in the impoundments, along with a host of other subaquatics, surrounded by soft rush, gulf cord grass, cattail, bullwhip and Roseau cane.
The stone can be found in the steps on Pier 1 and in the seating area near a newly established tidal marsh--planted with smooth cord grass and intended as a home to marine and aquatic bird life.
In some parts of coastal Florida, mostly north of the freeze line, vast stretches of needle rush, cord grass and other vegetation species offer a tantalizing challenge for anglers.
The narrow salt marsh fringing the muddy Humber is made up of those salt loving perennials, cord grass, sea plantain, scurvy grass and sea aster, and the entire tangled mass of bleached vegetation is the winter home of wren and snipe.
WE REACHED THE EDGE OF THE RIVER VEGETATION, WHICH TURNED FROM SCATTERED OAK-LIKE TREES AND SCRUB TO REEDS AND CORD GRASS.
I gazed at the water rising in the mouth of the creek and at the lovely green cord grass waving along its banks.
The pocket mouse was captured along Los Olmos Creek in tidal flat vegetation dominated by sea ox-eye, gulf cord grass, and mesquite.