Oryzopsis hymenoides

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Noun1.Oryzopsis hymenoides - valuable forage grass of dry upland areas and plains of western North America to northern MexicoOryzopsis hymenoides - valuable forage grass of dry upland areas and plains of western North America to northern Mexico
rice grass, ricegrass - any grass of the genus Oryzopsis
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Caption: INDIAN RICEGRASS and blowout grass grow at lower elevations and are important food sources for some park inhabitants, such as Ord's kangaroo rats.
For purposes of soil conservation, in the autumn of 2000 the northwest-ridge field, approximately 20% of the land area (25 ha) in the immediate environment of the shed, was placed in a soil bank and remaining wheat stubble was seeded to bluebunch wheatgrass (Pseudoregneria spicata), slender wheatgrass (Agropyron trachycaulum), big bluegrass (Poa ampla), and Indian ricegrass (Oryzopis hymenoides).
Indian ricegrass is widely distributed west of the Mississippi River, and FRRL scientists used several Colorado accessions to develop White River Indian ricegrass.
Indian ricegrass (Orzyopsis hymenoides or Achnatherum hymenoides).
& Rupr.) Barkworth], and Indian ricegrass [Achnatherum hymenoides (Roemer & J.A.
Both Texas bluegrass entries exhibited superior persistence and outperformed crested wheatgrass [Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn.], Indian ricegrass [Achnatherum hymenoides (Roem.
One mix that's doing well combines the Logan laboratory's new RoadCrest crested wheatgrass and the lab's older Bozoisky Russian wildrye with the Army's own blend of natives like slender wheatgrass, Indian ricegrass, sideoats grama, and lovegrass.
The herbaceous understory was sparse with coarser textured soils supporting Indian ricegrass (Achnatherum hymenoides).
Star Lake Indian ricegrass germplasm [Achnatherum hymenoides (Roem.
Rice is simpler to investigate because it has fewer genes than many of its wildland cousins, such as crested wheatgrass, wild rye, or Indian ricegrass.
Indian ricegrass (Oryzopsis hymenoides) and cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) seedlings often emerge from rodent caches in sandy habitats in the Great Basin (La Tourette et al., 1971; McAdoo et al., 1983).
Ribstone Indian ricegrass [Achnatherum hymenoides (Roem.

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