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canary grass

traditional symbol of perseverance. [Plant Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 183]
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The differential allelopathic effect exerted by wheat residue on canary grass seedling in present study can be attributed to differences in type and concentration of allelochemicals present in four wheat cultivars that varied at different growth stages.
In this study, lambsquarters and little seed canary grass infestation was much higher in case of early planted wheat while delay in sowing not only decreased the density but also the dry weight of both these weeds species (Tables 2, 3).
In experiments concerning oat wild and canary grass, broadleaf weed control from herbicide 2-4-D 72% of a liter of fluid per hectare of wheat was at tillering.
Like its competitors, the reed canary grass is turned into pellets or bricks, which are burnt to generate energy without adding to greenhouse gases or global warming.
At Wyoming Bluffs two invasives, reed canary grass and moneywort, have become the most dominant species in the ground layer.
Alternative control of wild oat and canary grass in wheat fields by allelopathic plant water extracts.
Mount Pisgah Arboretum: Volunteer work party - removing more Reed Canary grass, 9:30 a.m.
Straw is hard to come by, most gets plowed under as soil amendment or used in dairy barns (and then plowed under.) I have three acres of straw-like reed canary grass in an area of the field where the tile drainage system has failed.
Species with overall frequencies of occurrence on CRP plots of [less than]5% but [greater than]1% were common morning glory (Ipomoea purpurea), foxtail (Setaria spp.), reed canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea), wild parsnip (Pastinaca sativa), black medic (Medicago lupulina), smart weed (Polygonum spp.), common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca) and pennycress (Thlapsi arvense).
Invasive canary grass still clogs the creek, but volunteers hope that the oaks, Oregon ash and other recently planted trees eventually provide enough shade to kill the grass and open the waterway.
Farmer Paul Ratcliffe, chairman of the steering group, has established a number of trial plots of miscanthus, willow coppice and reed canary grass, all of which are already being used as fuel crops in other parts of the UK.