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herbage

herbaceous plants collectively, esp the edible parts on which cattle, sheep, etc., graze
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Before their introduction, however, the surface must have supported, as in other parts, a rank herbage.
One is sadly disappointed in the dried-up herbage covering the stony benches along the river.
In the next field, young Aberdeen Angus cattle are enjoying the spring pasture, while Lord Newborough enthuses about the joys of going organic, how all manner of clovers and hedgerow plants have emerged since the tyranny of pesticide and chemical fertiliser was overthrown, and how the animals' grazing habits have changed, and they instinctively forage for the wild herbage which contain the minerals and nutrients their bodies naturally need.
First, cows will not graze as intensively and it becomes more diffi-cult for the correct residual herbage mass to be achieved (1,500kg DM/ha).
ooding or water-logging will reduce exposure to contaminated herbage.
3; 2, Henry Cooper, Soprano D L Herbage, 22; 3, Amie Jayne Slinger, Working Day, 23.
The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: "People (past and future generations included) share alike in water, air, and herbage.
Poor summer herbage at distant pastures led to low fleshed livestock and vulnerability to infections," Osmonoliyev went on.
Do you have an area 3 feet or more cleared of grass, weeds and other herbage at the base of each tree?
The average mass of herbage removed per AETL (area 0.
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