prairie grass

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handsome hardy North American grass with foliage turning pale bronze in autumn

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Dinner will be served from 5 pm to 8 pm featuring Prairie Grass Cafe's regular menu and some Spring-time specials.
Caption: At left is a reenactment of my shot at the big 6x6 from the exact location in the Kansas prairie grass from where I took the shot.
A cistern under the building collects rainwater for use in the building's cooling and toilet-flushing systems, and the green roofs are seeded with 15 species of native tall prairie grass.
Dropping much faster than he'd risen, Bob implored me to slowly ease to the small shrub and glass the prairie grass adjacent to the beans.
Since then, his innovative and strategic research has led to the development of switchgrass, a previously obscure prairie grass, as a bioenergy crop.
A custom prairie grass turn provides the privacy desired and still offers views to the outside.
According to Bamberger, who testified at a Legislature hearing about Prop 8, for every square yard of prairie grass, there are nine miles of roots that bring water into the earth without pesticides or other chemicals that cities have to remove for drinking water.
Twelve field treatments included a restored prairie grass, continuous corn rotations and corn-soybean rotations fertilized at three nitrogen rates, and continuous corn rotations fertilized with lagooned swine effluent applied in the spring or fall of each year.
seeing her pale skin in a field of windswept prairie grass which kept us
Soft and inviting aromas of citrus custard, minerals, and prairie grass follow through on a supple, silky entry to a dryish light body with touch of white pepper and a dry, soft, lingering lime rind and talc fade.
Corkins and VSHI developed a persuasive statewide plan to develop Vermont's 100,000 acres of underutilized land to grow prairie grass for a revolutionary grass pelletization fuel system.
The expression is thought to date back to 18th Century USA, when that time of year was the hunting season for the Red Indians, who also burned prairie grass, underbrush and wood to accentuate the hazy, smoky conditions.
giant ragweed; W = -1), as well as the native prairie grass, Andropogon gerardii.
He says the baseline emissions inventory required by ACUPCC has been completed, the campus recycling program has been updated, solar panels have been installed on a greenhouse, prairie grass has been planted, and the chiller plant has been updated.
The study is the first based on large-scale, real-world farming of switchgrass, a perennial prairie grass that can grow on marginal lands unsuitable for food crops.