reed canary grass

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Synonyms for reed canary grass

perennial grass of marshy meadows and ditches having broad leaves

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1 MJ/kg) was slightly higher than the reed canary grass biomass (18.
Reed canary grass is a ubiquitous non-native grass associated with variable flooding regimes (Kercher & Zedler 2004) and most wetlands in Illinois (Matthews & Endress 2008).
Reed canary grass, which is native to Britain, is turned into bricks and pellets.
This discussion of forage grasses includes Kentucky bluegrass, Canada bluegrass, orchard grass, ryegrass, reed canary grass, smooth bromegrass, tall fescue, timothy, prairie grass, garrison grass, and bermudagrass.
In some parts of the country fescue, reed canary grass, ryegrass and Sudan grass are common.
Until recently it was thought to be reed canary grass and did not receive management attention.
Catherine Heywood, CALU's biomass expert, gave a presentation on energy grasses and growers saw examples, taken from demonstration plots at Gelli Aur, of energy grass crops such as miscanthus, switch grass and reed canary grass.
Our students and local farmers can assess the performance of willow, miscanthus and reed canary grass in Glynllifon," says Eurwyn Edwards, director of land-based provision.
Heritability of seed yield components and some visually evaluated characters in reed canary grass.
At some sites in Wisconsin, for example, exotics such as reed canary grass and unpleasant, aggressive weeds such as stinging nettles have taken advantage of the abundant nutrients exposed sediments.
This study evaluated the combustion properties of black liquors from soda-anthraquinone (AQ) pulping of wheat straw and soda-AQ and kraft pulping of reed canary grass as such, and after heating at 190[degrees]C for 30 min, in a laboratory furnace at 800[degrees]C by a single droplet technique.
Unfortunately, much of what's spreading is perennial weeds, such as reed canary grass.