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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Overseeding strategies for converting golf course fairways to creeping bentgrass.
Physiological effects of liquid applications of a seaweed extract and a humic acid on creeping bentgrass.
Keywords: Small Heat-shock protein, Thermotolerance, Creeping bentgrass, Antioxidant enzymes.
Creeping bentgrass requires the highest level of maintenance of the cool season grasses and is used primarily on golf course putting greens, tees, bowling greens, and grass tennis courts.
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.
Jespersen was selected to fill retired UGA Cooperative Extension turfgrass physiologist Bob Carrows position based in part on his research on the effects of heat stress on creeping bentgrass.
One project simply measured the quantity of pesticides in runoff from creeping bentgrass (Agrostis palustris) turf managed as a golf course fairway.
The insect is also a serious pest that feeds on creeping bentgrass, Agrostis palustris Huds.
For example, creeping bentgrass seeds are very small, and there may be 7,000,000 seeds per pound.
She is also developing a genetic linkage map of creeping bentgrass and identifying molecular markers linked to disease and stress tolerance.