Agropyron trachycaulum


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North American grass cultivated in western United States as excellent forage crop

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octaedra on growth of Agropyron trachycaulum (Link) Malte, a grass species frequently occurring in Kananaskis Valley, was investigated at different watering regimes.
Seeds of the grass species Agropyron trachycaulum (slender wheatgrass) were sown 6 wk before the experiments were set up in a box containing peat (the seeds were kindly provided by Hannas Seeds Ltd., Lacombe, Alberta, Canada).
The growth of Agropyron trachycaulum was generally not significantly affected by the watering regime.
octaedra caused an increase in shoot biomass and tended to increase root biomass of Agropyron trachycaulum. In addition, the earthworms altered the resource allocation by A.
On 6-7 July 1990 seeds mixed with damp sand were broadcast in each 9 x 9 m plot from one of 60 individually measured and weighed bags of six grasses (Agropyron trachycaulum (Link) Malte, Andropogon gerardi Vitman, Andropogon scoparius Michx., Elymus virginicus L., Panicum virgatum L., Phalaris arundinacea L.), and 12 forbs (Allium cernuum Roth, Aquilegia canadensis L., Aster laevis L., Monarda fistulosa L., Oenothera biennis L., Penstemon digitalis Nutt., Ratibida pinnata (Vent.) Barnh., Rudbeckia hirta L., Solidago rigida L., Verbena hastata L., Zizia aurea).
Grassland Phase Aspen Phase Tree - Populus tremuloides Shrubs Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Salix bebbiana Shepheria canadensis Forbs - Anemone patens Artemisia frigida Epilobium angustifolium Graminoids Festuca saximontana Agropyron trachycaulum Carex obtusata Poa glauca Bromus Pumpellianus Forage production 370 kg/ha (37 g/m2) 450 kg/ha (45 g/m2) The vegetation of the rangelands in the Kluane Lake region resembles that of Duvanny Yar hot spots to the extent that the Beringian environment comprised an open landscape that probably supported a range of plant communities, whose variety was likely controlled by aspect, slope, elevation, moisture and drainage.
Agropyron trachycaulum Wheat grass Agropyron sibiricum (L.) P.B.