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stargrass

cynodonplectostachys.
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Coville; Common or Yellow Stargrass, Common Goldstar; Ditch fen and sedge meadow; Common; C = 7; BSUH 14921.
Neonate larvae from 3 corn strain and 3 rice strain colonies preferentially selected corn over stargrass in petri dish choice tests.
The feature itself consisted of two parallel alignments of closely spaced stakes almost completely enshrouded in a thick growth of water stargrass (Heteranthera spp.
STARGRASS is widely used throughout the Caribbean Latin America, and southern Florida because of its productivity, ease of establishment, and persistence under grazing (Caro-Costas et al.
yellow stargrass Impatiens jewel-weed Iodanthus pinnatifidus (Michx.
Nutritional value of sugarcane silage enriched with corn grain, urea, and minerals as feed supplement on growth performance of beef steers grazing stargrass.
This study aimed to evaluate the ingestion behavior (grazing, rumination and idling times) of crossbred heifers on stargrass pasture managed at two levels of light interception and two levels of post-grazing residual height during the autumn, winter and spring of 2012 and summer 2013, in Baixada Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro State.
Hernandez-Garay A, Sollenberger LE, McDonald DC, Ruegsegger GJ, Kalmbacher RS, Mislevy P (2004) Nitrogen fertilization and stocking rate affect stargrass pasture and cattle performance.
nacedero Colonised by Mainly stargrass (Trichanthera guajaba trees Cynodon gigantea (Bonpl.
Plot studies with 4 stargrass and 4 bermudagrass lines showed that higher grass looper populations were found in stargrasses than bermudagrasses.