Tame grass

Related to Tame grass: Tame pasture

Tame grass

Cultivated grass, i.e., grass that has been selected and grown in a manner to accentuate specific characteristics.
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But the Rams' growing frustration was summed up two minutes from time when Earnshaw wasted an opportunity when sending a tame grass cutter at Schwarzer from well outside the box.
Unfortunately, quail-friendly stands of native, warm-season grasses and forbs are the very vegetative type that USDA has spent decades and billions of dollars helping landowners convert to either tame grass monocultures; clean cropland; or intensive, short-rotation forestry.
Native grass has proven more expensive and difficult to establish than tame grass, hence its smaller acreage, explains Mike Linsenbigler of USDA's Farm Service Agency.