Black grass


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(Bot.) a grasslike rush of the species Juncus Gerardi, growing on salt marshes, and making good hay.
a kind of small rush (Juncus Gerardi), growing in salt marshes, used for making salt hay.

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For a modern look, combine with black grass Ophiopogon Nigrescens or the blue trumpets of autumn gentians.
Ramos introduces two kinds of street food as he speculates that Aguinaldo must have eaten chinchao 'black grass jelly, tapioca pearls and white grass noodles with ice and simple syrup,' and fresas, 'shaved ice flavored with rosewater and strawberry syrup.'
my favourite Let snowdrops shine on through a black beauty OPHIOPOGON planiscapus 'Nigrescens' is often referred to as black grass, though it has nothing to do with grass and is closely related to lilies.
my favourite OPHIOPOGON planiscapus 'Nigrescens' is often referred to as black grass, though it has nothing to do with grass and is closely related to lilies.
In this particularly mild winter, several people have said their my favourite OPHIOPOGON planiscapus 'Nigrescens' is often referred to as black grass, though it has nothing to do with grass and is closely related to lilies.
At a farm-level view, the area of grassland could be set to increase as arable farmers use it as a method of controlling black grass.
"For example, do you need it to map the advance of black grass or to point out areas of water stress?
We didn't consult a psychologist, unlike the parents in a story we'd heard about a first-grader who used colored crayons to draw pictures of black skies, black mountains, black rivers, black grass and black houses.
David Hill, Arable Farmer: "We have been dealing with weeds becoming resistant to herbicides for years, particularly black grass in the wheat crop.
A patch of black grass near the monkey cage shows where a rocket-propelled grenade struck, and a turtle cage is cracked by gunfire.