Hard grass

Hard´ grass`

    (grås`)
1.(Bot.) A name given to several different grasses, especially to the Roltböllia incurvata, and to the species of Ægilops, from one of which it is contended that wheat has been derived.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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But it can't be any worst than the rockof hard grass pitches you see if we can go two or three days without rain in the summer.
Beneath us, yellow lady's slipper orchids, buttercups and mounds of prickly hard grass, affectionately known as "mother-in-law cushions", carpet the landscape.
Mary Zeis Stange, HARD GRASS: LIFE ON THE CRAZY WOMAN BISON RANCH.
Nearly 80 percent report annual sales under $25,000." (10) With average net farm income projected at $80,600 for 2011 (and seventeen percent lower for 2012), (11) the gendered dynamics of farm economics seem worth exploring further, but--with the exceptions of Hard Grass and Farmer Jane--the books under review here include little or no explicit gender analysis.
Mary Zeiss Stange's breath-takingly deep, beautifully crafted memoir, Hard Grass: Life on the Crazy Woman Bison Ranch, includes a chapter titled "Being 'Differnt'" (sic) (pp.
For places where the soil was so hard grass couldn't grow, the team invented a roller with hardened steel teeth to loosen the soil without destroying existing protective vegetation.
"No matter what surface he works on, he seems to be the same - heavy grass, hard grass, Polytrack, his movement is always the same and it never changes," he added.
Many of them, like humans, don't like the long winter months and need a break, particularly if they have had a long, hard grass campaign.