perennial ryegrass

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Synonyms for perennial ryegrass

European perennial grass widely cultivated for pasture and hay and as a lawn grass

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Member acreage now represents about 45 percent of perennial ryegrass and over 50 percent of tall fescue production.
A comparative study of molecular and morphological methods of describing relationships between perennial ryegrass (LoliumLandbuchverlag,perenne L.
This is a rugby league stadium in a temperate climate with a surface which has a bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon) base oversown with perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne).
Bermuda grass lawns browned like toast in the freeze, but the club's perennial ryegrass took just a two-week siesta.
Another species introduced for grazing, perennial ryegrass, turned out to carry these fungi too.
1 Set your mower blade at a cutting height of 1 inch for common Bermuda, 1/2 inch for hybrid Bermuda, 2 inches for bluegrass and perennial ryegrass, and 3 inches for tall fescue.
They are associated with several species of cool-season grasses, particularly tall fescue and perennial ryegrass, which are widely grown in temperate climates throughout the world as forage for cattle, sheep, and horses and for turf and conservation uses.
We are still using perennial ryegrass and the height of the cut at 8mm is consistent with previous seasons.
Utility lawns, for example will be subjected to a fair amount of wear and tear and are best seeded using a mixture containing dwarf perennial ryegrass.
Perennial ryegrass is a short-lived perennial, and costs twice as much as its annual counterpart.
Millions of Australians who spend spring and early summer racked by sneezing, and with streaming eyes, would welcome anything that prevented the perennial ryegrass infesting suburban lawns producing its potent pollen.
The prime examples, both originating in Europe, are annual or Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum) and perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne) which have been bred to produce many varieties.
A These stalks are the flowering stems of perennial ryegrass and they are as tough as old boots.
If you grow such cool-climate grasses as Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, or fine fescue, the best time to fertilize is in early spring and again in late fall.
A detailed analysis of demographic, lifestyle and behavioral data such as age, income and home ownership resulted in a "snapshot" of the most likely customer - the "do-it-for me" type - busy parents with busier kids, the weekend golfer who would rather play the back nine than fertilize the front lawn, the homeowner who might not know the difference between Kentucky Bluegrass or Perennial Ryegrass but wants a green, lush lawn the neighbors envy.