Italian ryegrass

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Noun1.Italian ryegrass - European grass much used for hay and in United States also for turf and green manureItalian ryegrass - European grass much used for hay and in United States also for turf and green manure
rye grass, ryegrass - any of several annual or perennial Eurasian grasses
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As well as Italian ryegrass leys, which can produce 17-18tDM/ha in the first year, the Davies' are growing Westerwold, an annual ryegrass.
An early lettuce crop was sown/thinned/harvested by late June, then the ground was lightly rotovated, deep enough to create a tilth, and was sown down with Italian Ryegrass.
Caption: Figure 1--Liquid balance, flows intake, flows senescence and growth flows of leaf blades (kg of DM of leaf blades/ha/day) in herbage allowances 06; 09 and 12 kg DM/100 kg of body weight, in the phenological stages vegetative and pre-flowering Italian ryegrass.
The harvested SPV mixed at 1:1 ratio with Italian ryegrass (IRG) hay as a moisture absorbent on a fresh weight basis.
Italian ryegrass will last 12-18 months and should give a silage crop next year as well.
Treatment Commom name Scientific name Winter cover T1 Fallow - T2 Italian ryegrass Lolium multiflorum T3 Turnip Raphanus spp T4 Vetch Vicia sativa T5 Black oats Avena strigose T6 Wheat (cv.
Several of the weeds have become major concerns to farmers, such as GR palmer amaranth (pigweed) in soybeans and GR Italian ryegrass in cotton.
Silage was prepared in a completely randomized design consisting of threetreatments and one control with three replicates as control (SK, adding 2ml/kg sterilizing water), Lactobacillus plantarum commercial bacteria (SKP), Lactobacillus plantarum isolated from Napier grass (SKN), Lactobacillus paraplanetarum isolated from Italian ryegrass (SKI).
Current study investigates forage systems composed of Elephant grass, Italian ryegrass, spontaneous growing species and legumes; Forage peanut or Red clover subjected to rotational stocking grazing throughout the growing season, with regard to forage mass, dry matter yield, stocking rate and nutritional rates.
Two dicotyledonous species, garden cress (Lepidium sativum L.) and lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.), and two monocotyledonous, Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum L.) and barnyard grass (Echinochloa crus-galli L.

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