fescue grass


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grass with wide flat leaves cultivated in Europe and America for permanent pasture and hay and for lawns

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It was fall and not being from the south it had slipped her mind fescue grass creates high amounts of sugar.
They found that tall fescue grass on average removed 33 percent of oil, while rye grass on average removed 46 percent.
At the Studio City Library, in addition to New Zealand flax, mounds of blue fescue grass (Festuca ovina glauca) provide perpetual foliar color at the front corner of the foundation planting.
Ballyneal was designed by hot architect Tom Doak, who lists Pacific Dunes on his resume, and features the same kind of fescue grass that grows on Scottish and Irish dunes-land courses.
The red fescue grass previously used would result in brown areas on the court but the grasses developed at Aberystwyth ensure that the courts are looking better at the end of Wimbledon fortnight.
It has replaced the old red fescue grass which used to result in brown areas developing on court by the event's second week.
Equidone has been developed to combat toxicity caused to animals that ingest a fungus that infects fescue grass.
Regarding grass-fed cattle: Fescue grass in the Midwest has an endophyte fungus that produces several potent toxins.
After success with a prototype chamber in the laboratory, BARC soil scientists Jim Starr, Ali Sadeghi and Yakov Pachepsky installed a field version of the chamber in a tall fescue grass buffer near a forested stream and wetland area.
If your lawn has tall fescue grass, you can be more than 90 percent certain that the fescue is infected with a toxic fungus called Neotyphodium coenophialum.
But the trouble, my friends, is not blowing in the wind and cannot be corrected by running a combine harvester through the fescue grass.
of Logan, Utah, has used perennial ryegrass on one site contaminated with wood-preservative chemicals and tall fescue grass to tackle petroleum hydrocarbons at a former petroleum terminal.
The geese were attracted to the two on-site ponds and about 400 acres of manicured fescue grass.
We found some evidence that fall armyworm larvae perform worse when fed endophyte-infected compared to endophyte-free tall fescue grass, yet we did not find a consistent negative effect on this insect herbivore.
Installation of specified North American Green double-net straw fiber erosion control blankets began directly after Tall Fescue grass seed and fertilizer application in September 1992.