Paspalum


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Paspalum

a grass genus of the Poaceae family, containing a number of valuable pasture grasses, all of which are capable of causing poisoning by Claviceps paspali which infests their seed heads; includes P. commersonii, P. compressum, P. conjugatum, P. dilatatum (paspalum, Dallas grass), P. distichum (P. vaginatum, salt water couch), P. notatum (Bahia grass), P. orbiculare (ditch millet), P. paspalodes (water couch), P. scrobiculatum, P. urvillei (water couch).
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Remediation of Dredge Spoils with Organic Soil Ammendements Using Paspalum Vaginata Las A Test Crop, Adv.
En la Figura 2 se observa que entre pastos tropicales existen diferencias en sus curvas de dilucion de la proteina, Panicum maximum y Paspalum notatum presentaron la menor dilucion de la proteina, debido principalmente a su menor produccion de materia seca lo que origina una menor "dilucion" de la proteina en la materia seca de la planta.
Observamos un consumo constante de plantas jovenes y de hojas nuevas de Paspalum 2 spp.
Eight entries of seashore paspalum including Sea Isle 1 and Sea Isle 2000, Salam, Cloister, Temple, Q36313, 561-79, and hybrid 5, and the hybrid bermudagrass cultivars TifSport and TifEagle were used in this study.
Among these grasses, 3 species are more palatable Hordeum murinum (35,65%) and Paspalum distichum (25, 02%) on February.
Paspalum intermedium Munro ex Morong & Britton--E.
Scientists are only beginning to understand the genetic basis of salt tolerance, especially in species that are already somewhat salt-tolerant such as seashore paspalum.
2003), evaluating the sequential application of growth inhibitors in Paspalum vaginatum, observed that trinexapac-ethyl used at the doses of 90 and 380 g a.
We looked it up in a plant book once, but it wasn't there I pointed at the grass with the white spikes of seed He said, Paspalum urvillei I said, why wasn't it in the plant book?