Poa pratensis


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Noun1.Poa pratensis - valuable meadow and pasture grass in Europe and especially central United States having tall stalks and slender bright green leavesPoa pratensis - valuable meadow and pasture grass in Europe and especially central United States having tall stalks and slender bright green leaves; a chief constituent in lawn grass mixtures
genus Poa, Poa - chiefly perennial grasses of cool temperate regions
blue grass, bluegrass - any of various grasses of the genus Poa
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If, for example, per 100 shoots of Poa pratensis L.
Slender Cinquefoil * ([dagger]) Grasses Sedum stenopetalumo Wormleaf Stonecrop (#) ([dagger]) Bromus tectorum Cheatgrass * ([double dagger]) Poa bulbosa * ([dagger]) Bulbous Bluegrass ([double dagger]) Poa pratensis * Kentucky Bluegrass Poa secunda ([dagger]) Sandberg Bluegrass Pseudoroegneria spicata * bluebunch Wheatgrass Type Species Mean 95% HPDI Forb Achillea 5.
For this reason, the objective of the study was to distinguish allelopathic impacts of Pinus eldarica on seed germination and seedling growth of Lolium perenne and Poa pratensis.
By the fifth year, annual species were replaced by perennials, especially Poa pratensis, Solidago altissima, and S.
arundinaceae, Poa pratensis are widely used depending on very old data and tradition on turf sector in Mediterranean countries (Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey and resembling environments in Northern Africa).
Of non-native species, only Achillea millefolium (common yarrow), Daucus carota (wild carrot), Mollugo verticillata (carpetweed), Poa pratensis (Kentucky blue grass), Rumex acetosella (sour dock), and Tragapogon dubius (sand goat's-beard) were in our quadrats.
Only six exotic species were recorded in the plots, Poa pratensis (Kentucky blue grass), Achillea millefolium (yarrow), and Rumex acetosella (sour dock) being the most common with Importance Values between 2.
The dominant grasses associated with the buckbrush are Poa pratensis (Kentucky bluegrass) and Bromus inermis (smooth brome).
Characterization of the USDA Poa pratensis collection using RAPD markers and agronomic descriptors.
Within each of the evenness treatments, we then randomly applied the identity treatments by having 15 (five within each of the three evenness levels) plots dominated by Poa pratensis, 15 plots dominated by Fragaria virginiana, and the final 15 plots dominated by Taraxacum officionale.
Among them was Poa pratensis, now better known as Kentucky bluegrass; it is still one of the most popular lawn grasses in America as well as supporting a thriving bloodstock industry.