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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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El rango espectral de las bandas de absorcion NIRS de los constituyentes nutricionales de rye grass italiano se encuentra entre 1100 y 2400 nm (Wehling, 2008).
Key words: necrotic dermatitis, vesicular dermatitis, photosensitization, perennial rye grass, Lolium perenne, avian, waterfowl
Now, thanks to the introduction of Paspalum vaginatum (salt water couch), a native to the Gulf region, which does not "brown out" during winter, over-seeding with perennial rye grass is unnecessary.
They found that tall fescue grass on average removed 33 percent of oil, while rye grass on average removed 46 percent.
If you have rye grasses in your own fields, Nancy Pals, a conservation resource officer in Illinois, recommends burning to weaken the stands, and has also seen some success in reducing the amount of rye grass with overseeding with big and/or little bluestem.
THE GLORY OF GRASS paths are the most comfortable to walk on and well-draining soil can withstand a reasonable amount of foot traffic if you use a perennial rye grass.
The FA responded on Friday by announcing groundsmen would turf out the rye grass surface and lay a fresh pitch.
Stadium officials decided to launch a thorough review of the pitch and have concluded the rye grass surface should be replaced with immediate effect.
In the wake of such criticism, stadium officials decided to launch a thorough review of the pitch and have concluded the rye grass surface should be replaced with immediate effect.
But last night the FA confirmed that plans had been changed after an internal inquiry, with the current surface - a mix of rye grass and synthetic turf and which cost around pounds 150,000 to put down in January - now to be dug up "immediately".
It doesn't kill innocent potatoes, it draws its water from Teton aquifers and borrows responsibly from corn-fed Idaho rye grass.
Other factors associated with a high risk of developing persistent egg allergy were concomitant allergy to peanuts, tree nuts, and rye grass.