ryegrass


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ryegrass

highly productive pasture grasses including Wimmera or annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum), Italian ryegrass (L. multiflorum) and perennial ryegrass (L. perenne).

ryegrass staggers
ruminants and horses grazing pastures dominated by L. perenne (perennial ryegrass) may be affected with a severe incoordination which appears with forced exercise but disappears if the animals are left to their own devices. Caused by tremorgen lolitrems from the endophyte Neotyphodium (Acremonium) lolii which infests the grass.
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1995) reported that N of Italian ryegrass silage is evaluated at a lower level compared to its fresh and hay forms and this is associated with chemical changes during ensilaging.
Overseeding endophytic perennial ryegrass into stands of Kentucky bluegrass to manage bluegrass billbug (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).
The analysis results showed that germination capacity of seeds of red clover, hybrid ryegrass, and meadow fescue reached up to 95-97%.
Having seen the virtues of ryegrass when he lived in Oregon and worked for a seed company, he wanted to plant a ryegrass pasture on the 320-acre farm he bought to raise beef cattle.
BGS president John Downes, who is using Aber ryegrass on his Shropshire farm, said: "These new varieties have real benefits for farmers.
He chose "Chaparral" perennial ryegrass grown by Egge Farms in Coburg for both practice fields.
Among the topics are definitions and concepts of herbicide resistance, transitioning from a single to multiple herbicide-resistance crops, the genetic basis of glyphosate resistance in weeds, managing glyphosate-resistant weeds and population shifts in Midwestern US cropping systems, glyphosate resistant rigid ryegrass in Australia, glyphosate-resistance in Latin America, and the economic impact of glyphosate-resistant weeds.
The GE ryegrass, being developed in Australia for New Zealand seed company PGG Wrightson, has potential to make a huge difference to agriculture, Glenn Tong, the chief executive of Australia's Molecular Plant Breeding Cooperative Research Centre (MPBCRC), told the Sydney Morning Herald.
Its new standard paediatric investigation plan for allergen products for specific immunotherapy covers medicines for these allergens: a birch tree group: birch, alder, hazel, hornbeam, oak, chestnut, and beech; a grass group: Kentucky bluegrass, timothy, cocksfoot, fescue, sweet vernal, velvet, oat, barley, ryegrass, cultivated rye, wheat; and a mite group: house dust mites dermatophagoides pteronyssinus, and D.
However, remember that cool-season classes, such as annual ryegrass and Kentucky bluegrass, are actively growing and still require mowing and periodic light feeding.