crested wheatgrass


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Eurasian grass grown in United States great plains area for forage and erosion control

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Seeding of crested wheatgrass varieties failed to produce a single successful stand.
Vavilov II is a new Siberian wheatgrass cultivar and a close relative of crested wheatgrass cultivars.
Irrigation should be minimal because heavy watering will stress crested wheatgrass.
Cytogenetic and molecular characterization of hybrids between 6x, 4x, and 2x ploidy levels in crested wheatgrass.
Effect of native prairie, crested wheatgrass (Agropyron cristatum (L.
Russian wildrye's resistance to drought exceeds that of crested wheatgrass [Agropyron desertorum (Fisch.
Because of the lack of replication and application of fertilizer treatments only to crested wheatgrass, one cannot discern whether differences in soil biochemical properties were a function of grazing intensity; species composition, fertilization or simply the physiographic position of the pasture units.
For the study, a total of 84 pregnant Angus cows spent early November through late January either in corrals, where they were fed the traditional winter supplement, alfalfa hay; or in pasture planted, or seeded, with forage kochia and crested wheatgrass.
SINCE ITS INTRODUCTION from Asia in the early 1900s, crested wheatgrass [Agropyroncristatum (L.
1], and a fertilized crested wheatgrass (Agropyron cristatum L.
Selection at the seedling stage for increased salinity tolerance was reported in crested wheatgrass [Agropyron desertorum (Fisch.
Klement also noticed more expansive areas of crested wheatgrass and yellow sweetclover, with the bright yellow flowers of the clover casting color over some grassy stretches.
In spite of increased nitrogen availability, the presence of sweetclover decreased yield of neighboring crested wheatgrass plants in pot cultures, probably due to competition for water (Gebhart et al.
Both Texas bluegrass entries exhibited superior persistence and outperformed crested wheatgrass [Agropyron cristatum (L.
Vavilov Siberian wheatgrass, developed at the Logan lab, is among the best of the nonnative plants tested so far at the Yakima base, followed by CD-II crested wheatgrass, also a product of Logan's plant-breeding program.