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Agrostis

grass in the plant family Poaceae. Includes A. avenacea (blowaway, blown, fairy or oat grass).

Agrostis avenacea
+ Anguina agrostis (A. funesta) + Clavibacter toxicus those grass seed heads which are infested with a nematode produce galls containing the bacteria which produce a toxin tunicamyluracil (corynetoxin), the cause of flood plain staggers.
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Colonial bentgrass seed sometimes contains small quantities of creeping bentgrass seed.
Spreading by stolons, it is less aggressive than creeping bentgrass, but has a more vigorous creeping habit than colonial bentgrass.
The genetic transfer of resistance from colonial bentgrass to creeping bentgrass should be a relatively simple process, because these species readily hybridize with each other (Belanger et al.
Dollar spot resistant hybrids between creeping bentgrass and colonial bentgrass.
Velvet and creeping bentgrasses generally had higher canopy Pn rates compared with colonial bentgrass when irrigated at 60% ETa.
In 2002, colonial bentgrass required 80 to 100% ETa irrigation during the summer, while creeping and velvet bentgrasses maintained acceptable turf performance at 60 to 80% ETa.
Differences between the creeping bentgrass and colonial bentgrass groups were slightly significant (P = 0.
In 2001, 35 colonial bentgrass x creeping bentgrass hybrids were evaluated for dollar spot resistance.
The objective of this study was to investigate the frequency of interspecific hybridization between creeping bentgrass and colonial bentgrass, velvet bentgrass, redtop bentgrass, and dryland bentgrass (A.
The objective of this study was to design robust genetic markers that distinguish creeping and colonial bentgrass species by SCAR technology.
Morphological differences in some plants grown in nursery situations make species identification difficult, especially between dryland bentgrass and colonial bentgrass, between colonial bentgrass and creeping bentgrass, and even between colonial and velvet bentgrass in some cases.
Preliminary investigations on the reproductive and morphological behavior of several selections of colonial bentgrass, Agrostis tenuis Sibth.

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