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POA

A legal document by which a person identifies someone to make financial decisions if he or she is unable to perform this task independently.
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Considering that grasses such as Smooth meadow-grass could also improve thermal comfort, with the cold season approaching, it can be planted in the playground.
The height of the above-ground part of plants in the substrate contaminated with NaCl was the smallest, while common meadow-grass did not germinate at all.
During the first four weeks of the experiment, phytomass of common meadow-grass in differently contaminated substrates was changing evenly.
Perennial rye-grass reached the height of 3.2 cm In substrate contaminated with the mixture of 8 g/kg NaCl and Safecote, fescue-grass--1.5 cm while common meadow-grass did not germinate even after the 3rd week (Figs 7, 8).