Agrostis

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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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This study suggests that monitoring and management of black cutworms in the south should focus on protecting creeping bentgrass mainly in fall (Sep-Nov) and spring (Feb-May).
Researchers have found creeping bentgrass transgenes in the progeny of wild populations 14 kilometers away from the source field.
In other words, if Roundup-resistant creeping bentgrass or tall fescue got into other types of lawns, or into fields of Roundup-resistant crops, the problem of chemical weed control would have come full circle, and another herbicide would have to be found to control the bio-engineered grasses.
Black cutworm larvae feed nocturnally on creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera L.
Monsanto's Roundup Ready creeping bentgrass currently is up for USDA approval for commercial planting in the Willamette Valley.
Open Championship owe their high-speed performance to PENN G-2, a creeping bentgrass marketed exclusively by LESCO, Inc.
It's called Roundup Ready Creeping Bentgrass, a genetically modified turf grass that is immune to glyphosate, the main ingredient of the popular herbicide Roundup.