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Synonyms for paspalum

tall tufted perennial tropical American grass naturalized as pasture and forage grass in southern United States

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He is not putting well and admits he has hardly any experience of playing on paspalum greens.
For the outfield, we will be using Paspalum grass, which is available in Oman but is imported from overseas.
In more disturbed areas, especially on damper soils, the broomsedge Andropogon tenuispatheus is often dominant; also, Saccharum giganteum and Paspalum floridanum var.
b) Includes Amaranthus, Ambrosia, Croton, Euphorbia, Helianthus, Mentzelia, Munroa, Opuntia, Panicum, Paspalum, Salsola, Senecio, and unidentified plants.
Turf grasses with these qualities are being propagated from Arizonian species and bred with local species called paspalum grasses.
Millets (generally nutritious high-calcium content food) occupy a wider inter-genus range as they belong to 5 genera; namely: Penissetum, Eleusine, Setaria, Panicum and Paspalum with 50% of the total millet grain production being pearl millet, 30% proso/golden and foxtail millet and 10% finger millet.
In Australia some 35 years ago, Toth and Milham (1975) observed the effect of carbon produced by burning paspalum (Paspalum dilatatum L.
A Clark, Paspalum notatum Flugge, Andropogon lateralis Nees (touceiras pastejadas e nao-pastejadas), Paspalum plicatulum Michx, Erianthus angustifolius Michx e Aristida laevis (Nees) Kunth.
2005) observed exodermis thichening in Paspalum modestum and Paspalum wrightii, and Seago-Jr.
Such abnormalities are typical of polyploids and have widely been reported in other Poaceae forage grasses such as Paspalum (FREITAS et al.
Wong, 2002, "Lead, Zinc and Copper accumulation and tolerance in populations of Paspalum distichum and Cynodon dactylon".
Now, thanks to the introduction of Paspalum vaginatum (salt water couch), a native to the Gulf region, which does not "brown out" during winter, over-seeding with perennial rye grass is unnecessary.