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oat grass

n.
Any of various grasses that resemble the oat.

oat grass

n
(Plants) any of various oatlike grasses, esp of the genera Arrhenatherum and Danthonia, of Eurasia and N. Africa

oat′ grass`


n.
any of several grasses of the genus Arrhenatherum or Danthonia having a purplish green flowering panicle.
[1570–80]
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Ahead of them an ocean of long red oat grass ripples in the wind, the ripe seed heads a burnished copper glowing in the early morning sun
The design team replaced what was once a sea of juniper with plantings like blue oat grass (bottom left), variegated maiden grass (top left), and yellow Lomandra longifolia 'Breeze' that abuts the first step; all the plants pop against concrete walls and Cor-ten steel panels.
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In addition, based on agricultural grant funding from TeraSol, UMSPS will support livestock farmers by commissioning the production of oat grass and other pasture grasses, thus contributing to regional development on the island through both the island's main industry of agriculture and the power generation business.
There has also been market talk that Russian wheat from Siberia, where stocks are more abundant than in southern regions near Black Sea ports, did not meet GASC specifications because of oat grass content.
Oat grass has been used traditionally for medicinal purposes, including to help balance the menstrual cycle, treat dysmenorrhea and for osteoporosis and urinary tract infections.
Densities of biologic and economic impact of weeds in wheat and wild oat grass from the Canary and decline with increasing density is Densities with steady trend of decline in kidney function, but this is So that the percentage yield loss at high weed densities than low densities.
A popular design concept sets off burgundy fountain grass (Pennisetum setaceum 'Rubrum') against blue oat grass (Helictotrichon sempervirens), blue rye grass (Leymus arenarius 'Glaucus') or blue moor grass (Sesleria caerulea).
cocksfoot), wheat and oat grass, creeping rosemary, alyssum and heather.
Tall oat grass (and probably tall fescue) can be controlled through repeated active season mowing when the grass flowers and begins to set seed (Wilson and Clark 2001).