Chloris truncata


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Noun1.Chloris truncata - perennial Australian grass having numerous long spikes arranged like the vanes of a windmill
finger grass - any grass of the genus Chloris; occurs in short grassland especially on waste ground or poor soils
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Also of Australian provenance, Chloris truncata has widely been deliberately introduced as a pasture species.
Short-lived, summer-active native grasses, such as Chloris truncata (windmill grass), may be an attractive alternative to perennial leguminous pastures in some circumstances.
In the past, Chloris truncata used to be a rather regular but ephemerous wool-alien in various European countries: Belgium, the Czech Republic, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Sweden, .