After the 2nd week of the experiment, perennial rye-grass had the highest height of its above-ground part compared to plants of other species.
Analysis of the weekly plant increment shows that the biggest increment of the above-ground part of plants was recorded on the 3rd week of growth, when perennial rye-grass increased by 1.9 cm in the substrate contaminated with 5 g/kg of NaCl, and 4.1 cm in the substrate containing the mixture of NaCl and Safecote.
hay, similar to the feeding material, was used in the test forage sample.
Comportamiento similar de tendencia negativa muestra el rye-grass, con una pendiente mayor debida a la drastica disminucion de programas de produccion de carne en la region (SEFOA, 91: 35-38) y en consecuencia la demanda de este forraje.
De los principales cultivos, en resumen, se produce menos algodon y rye-grass, mas trigo, alfalfa y cebollin, y lo mismo de sorgo forrajero y esparrago.
The growing period for the rye-grass was 6 months and for the Melaleuca armillaris 32 months.
At the end of the growing period (32 months for Melaleuca armillaris and 6 months for rye-grass), the nutrient solution in the tubs containing rye-grass and Melaleuca armillaris were emptied and the assemblies dissected in a vertical plane using a bandsaw for PVC pipes and a diamond saw for FRC pipes.
Her world had been a narrow one, that of the rustic, high-lying Roggeveld (rye-grass
land) of the central Cape Colony, where the winters are so severe that the sheep--more or less the only farming involvement, apart from some sparse rye sowings--must be herded down to the Karoo for the season.
New rye-grass research by scientist Rocio Alarcon-Reverte - co-funded by HGCA and Syngenta and supervised by Rothamsted Research and the University of Reading - has found a basic misunderstanding of its germination process.
According to Dr Stephen Moss of Rothamsted Research, many farmers delay spraying rye-grass in winter cereals because of a belief that it mainly germinates in spring.
Other species struggled with the husks of barley and rye-grass
, which are difficult to strip from the kernel.
FARMERS are being advised to take advantage of the arrival of warmer conditions to tackle growing rye-grass
populations in cereals.