meadowgrass


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Common meadowgrass with feathery heads grew there; wild parsley with its delicate filigrees; ground ivy with rough wrinkled leaves, and dead nettles smelling of mint.
The grubs attack the roots of ryegrass and can cause heavy thinning of swards and their replacement by weed species such as annual meadowgrass.
Trapping of airborne dust by Eig's meadowgrass (Poa eigii) in the Judean Desert.
Given a little soil on the weed roots such as groundsel and annual meadowgrass there is no need to add further soil.
Thus it is important to take control of blackgrass and meadowgrass in OSR crops, reducing the background population of the grass weeds in following wheats.
In summer (May-July) grass pollens are the most common causes of hayfever and include Foxtail, Meadowgrass, Cocks Foot, Timothy, and Yorkshire Fog.