tall fescue


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tall fescue

n.
A perennial grass (Festuca arundinacea) native to Europe, widely grown for forage and lawns.
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Results from a 5-year rangelands study suggest that perennial grasses, including Flecha tall fescue and several varieties of hardinggrass, established well and suppressed yellow starthistle, an invasive weed.
ERIN HILLS looked like providing such a daunting test for the world's best golfers in this week's US Open that some of the tall fescue grass on four holes was chopped down on Tuesday.
Tall fescue grass on the fourth, 12th, 14th and 18th holes was being cut as McIlroy gave his pre-tournament press conference, which caught the 2011 champion by surprise.
In the South Region of Brazil, besides the traditional cultivation of winter-annual pastures, cultivation of winter perennial grasses, particularly tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreb.
We also hypothesized that the presence of bacteria in the rhizosphere might increase the solubility of Pb in the soil, which may also increase Pb uptake by tall fescue.
A year before I bought my first two Black Angus calves, I purchased a 50-pound sack of tall fescue seed to sow in my 4-acre pasture.
They found that it produces a 9-percent lower yield than orchardgrass and tall fescue, but has a 9-percent higher rate of neutral detergent fiber digestibility.
Rich Tall Fescue (RTF[c]) is an advanced generation of turf-type tall fescue which produces rhizomes.
Among the 11 crops treated here are perennial ryegrass, tall fescue, Dactylis and Phleum, warm-season grasses, alfalfa, and red and white clover.
In our previous studies, it was found that ensiling straw with grass slightly increased the moisture content and main fermentation substrates such as WSC, which are generally high in tall fescue.