To my surprise, the deer emerged from the broomsedge
, and I could tell he was a great buck.
Locally abundant grasses include broomsedges
(especially Andropogon virginicus), switch grass (Panicum virgatum), Indian grass (Sorghastrum nutans), and little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium).
dorsata in native prairies in Missouri; its native host probably is broomsedge
The gun I carried through the broomsedge
had 28-inch barrels, and while it is rated at 6 1/4 pounds, its dynamic handling qualities make it feel lighter.
Warm-season bunchgrasses native to Tennessee include big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii), little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium), broomsedge
bluestem (Andropogon virginicus), indiangrass (Sorghastrum nutans), switchgrass, (Panicum virgatum), and eastern gamagrass (Tripsacum dactyloides).
number of clumps of broomsedge
(Andropogon virginicus) and shrub thickness.
1984) that showed no foliar N response of pine to manipulation of sweetgum and broomsedge
in neighborhoods of established Pinus taeda seedlings, and that of Nambiar and Zed (1980), which reported that Pinus radiata response to competition control was more strongly related to water stress than N availability (as measured by foliar N content).
Cut down in the late 18th and 19th centuries, they were farmed over for 150 years, then abandoned to the natural processes of regeneration: broomsedge
to pine to hardwood.
The King & The Bear includes 7,200 yards of Bermuda grass, broomsedge
, saw palmettos and coquina-lined lakes.
For reference, I've let ridge-cap pasture go unmowed for a decade, with only knee-high broomsedge
resulting for cover.
Percent cover (standard errors) for most common herbaceous species among any of the twelve oak restoration sites located in Tennessee and Kentucky, 2008-2009 STERNS CWMA LBL S-cont C-coat L-cont Grass broomsedge
-- -- -- (Arrdropogon virginicus) deertounge 0.
Habitat in the area varied only slightly and consisted primarily of mixed grasses including Johnsongrass (Sorghum halapense) and broomsedge
(Andropogon glomeratus), mustang grape (Vitis mustangensis), and loblolly pine (Pinus taedus).
A young man with this kind of dream--such as Dorinda's younger brother Rufus or Jason himself--might hit on a different path to its fulfillment; both young men envision cities, Richmond and New York, as sites of opportunity where they might escape the hungry grasp of broomsedge
and create new lives.
Arguably, Barnes' most cited paper is his 1955 work titled "The Spider population of the abstract broomsedge
community of the southeastern Piedmont.
Just as I closed my gun on fresh rounds, more quail began to flush from the broomsedge