cocksfoot


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Related to cocksfoot: Dactylis, wood avens, Yorkshire fog, Cock's foot, common bent

cocksfoot

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Terry RA, Tilley JMA (1964) The digestibility of the leaves and stems of perennial ryegrass, cocksfoot, timothy, tall fescue, lucerne and sainfoin, as measured by an in vitro procedure.
When pasture is left unfertilized, tall pasture grasses such as cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata) and some of the bromes and fescues shade the ryegrass and clover (Trifolium spp.
Usually dominated by introduced species including cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata), tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea), perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne), phalaris (Phalaris aquatica); clovers principally white (Trifolium repens) and subterranean clover (T.
On the other hand, in cocksfoot [37], barley [30], and Rumex spp.
The Oralair(R) active substance consists of a set of pollens corresponding to the epidemiological characteristics of patient exposure in Europe: perennial rye grass (Lolium perenne), meadow grass (Poa pratensis), timothy grass (Phleum pratense), cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata) and sweet vernal grass (Anthoxanthum odoratum).
The delightful, species- rich old-fashioned hay meadows were regularly disturbed by mowing and grazing - left alone they revert to virtual monocultures of aggressive varieties like cocksfoot.
The mountain common is no longer farmed, his smallholding now un-grazed, instead ruled by a brutal hegemony of European gorse, bracken and tussocks of cocksfoot grass.
Farmers could be in a strong position to contest the moorland line, if through agricultural improvements the vegetation species are predominantly: Ryegrass, Timothy, Yorkshire fog, annual meadow grass, cocksfoot, clover rich pastures.
Grasses pollinate from May to August and the main culprits are rye, meadow, timothy, cocksfoot and fescue.
Oralair(R) Grasses contains a mix of five standardised grass allergens, mimicking patients' natural exposure: perennial rye grass (Lolium perenne), meadow grass (Poa pratensis), timothy grass (Phleum pratense), cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata) and sweet vernal grass (Anthoxanthum odoratum).
Other research is investigating other forages with PPO activity in particular grass species such as cocksfoot which has been shown to have activity comparable to red clover (Lee et al.