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cocksfoot:

see orchard grassorchard grass
or cocksfoot,
widely distributed perennial grass (Dactylis glomerata) native to Eurasia and N Africa and extensively naturalized in the United States.
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Forage production and nutritive value of Dactylis glomerata and Trifolium subterraneum mixtures under different shading treatments.
A Symptomatic state was induced with Dactylis glomerata pollen inside an ACC starting 2.5 hr prior to administering each dose of TNG.
Bluestem 3.6 0.1 0.5 Dactylis glomerata Orchardgrass 0.5 0.1 1.3 Hordeum vulgare Barley 0.2 2.4 Medicago sativo Alfalfa 12.1 15.1 19.6 Seeale cereale Rye 5.8 1.3 0.4 Sorghastrum tintons Indiangrass 0.2 0.2 Trifolium spp.
Caption: Figure 1--Pastures of healthy Festuca arundinacea and Dactylis glomerata (A and C, respectively) and with attack from Cyclocephala flavipennis (B and D, respectively).
One such species that is among the top ten most common non-native species in Southern Ontario is Orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata), whose detrimental effects have led to a decline in the native plant population of Southeastern Ontario.
(2012) showed that the dry biomass productions of the first and second years were not influenced by the biochar application, while dactylis glomerata which was grown in the third year got the signifiant increasing of crop height and total dry biomass, especially at the higher application rate of 50 t ha-1.
The most common and widespread grasses in this habitat were Dactylis glomerata, Digitaria ciliaris, Eleusine indica, Eragrostis pectinacea, Festuca subverticillata, Poa annua, P.
Some of the best results came from planting red or white clover in with traditional pasture plants such as rye grass like lolium perenne or the dactylis glomerata, commonly known as cock's-foot or orchard grass.
The Fig 4 shows the growth of different species of perennial grasses, with significant development lolium perenne, compared canary and dactylis that have the lowest development.
(i) The Kis-Gaja Ridge site is located in a shallow depression (dolina) of a karstic plateau with semi-humid tall grasses (Arrhenaterum elatius, Dactylis polygama, Brachypodium pinnatum) rich in different Asteraceae (Cirsium arvense, Centaurea spp.) and Apiaceae (Daucus carota, Pastinaca sativa, Seseli libanotis) and scrubs (Cornus sanguinea, Prunus spinosa, Rosa spp.).
Major role in formation of aftermath belongs to these buds in species, such as Deschampsia cespitosa (L.) Beauv., Dactylis glomerata L., Phleum pratense and others, whose structure is dominated by short shoots.