Eragrostis curvula

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Related to Eragrostis curvula: Chloris gayana
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Noun1.Eragrostis curvula - perennial South African grass having densely clumped flimsy stems; introduced into United States especially for erosion control
bay grass, love grass - any of various grasses of the genus Eragrostis; specially useful for forage and for the prevention of erosion
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Eragrostis curvula hay (crude protein [CP], 55 g/kg; neutral detergent fibre [NDF], 784 g/kg; acid detergent fibre [ADF], 492 g/kg) and a total mixed ration (TMR) diet (CP, 180 g/kg; NDF, 301 g/kg; ADF, 214 g/kg) were used as substrates, and incubated with the crude ATE, or encapsulated ATE.
Yoshioka A, Kadoya T, Suda SI, Washitani I (2010) Impacts of weeping lovegrass (Eragrostis curvula) invasion on native grasshoppers: responses of habitat generalist and specialist species.
This study was undertaken with the objective of determining the effect of treating Eragrostis curvula hay with varying levels of urea or nitrate on digestibility and in vitro fermentation.
Hosts: native host plants for this species are unknown, but it was recorded on an introduced weeping lovegrass (Eragrostis curvula (Schrad.) Nees) [55].
The WVDOH mixture primarily resulted in the establishment of weeping lovegrass (Eragrostis curvula).
Known as love grass, Eragrostis curvula Totnes Burgundy has beautiful mound-forming arching leaves that turn wine-red as they mature.
Without consideration of herbicide resistance, it has been reported that increased tolerance to glyphosate in the C4 grasses (i.e., Chloris gayana, Eragrostis curvula and Paspalum dilatatum) under elevated CO2 is related to growth stimulation (Manea et al., 2011).
Estimation of repeatability and phenotypic correlations in Eragrostis curvula. The Journal of Agricultural Science, 134(2), 207-212.
Also [15] showed that the number of stems per plants and plants dry weights were negatively related to water stress in Eragrostis curvula.