Festuca rubra, and Agrostis
stolonifera on the high marsh.
3) Implementation obsiewEw (sowing grass mix in the amount of 200 kg / ha Mix: Agrostis
vulgaris, red fescue, perennial ryegrass, orchard grass, yellow lupine serradella, white clover, vetch, field peas) - 7 912.
Predator mediated apparent competition between an introduced grass, Agrostis
capillaris, and a native fern, Botrychium australe (Ophioglossaceae), in New Zealand.
praealtum) 35%; Festuca novae-zelandiae and Agrostis
capillaries (brown top) 5%; bare ground 0% D1 44 00 02.
The genus Agrostis
, commonly known as the bentgrasses, is an extremely diverse and highly outcrossing genus.
Indeed, the reviewer, probably John Templeton, another of the natural leaders circle, attacked Richardson for his refusal to use the universally recognized scientific Linnaean description of the grass as Agrostis
GIG ANTE A Roth x Alisma subcordatum Raf.
Ames Poaceae Agrostis
gigantea Roth Black Bent Andropogon virginicus L.
gigantea Roth: P39762 Agrostis
Smith and Bradshaw (1992) developed two cultivars of Agrostis
tenius and one of Festuca rubra, which are now commonly available for phytoremediation of the Pb-, Zn- and Cu-contaminated soils.
Understorey vegetation is sparse and composed of a narrow range of species, including bracken (Pteridium aquilinum), broom (Chamaespartium tridentatum), grasses (Agrostis
capillaris), gorse (Ulex europaeus), heather (Calluna vulgaris), and tree heather (Erica arborea).
gigantea Roth:32380 Agrostis