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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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Terry RA, Tilley JMA (1964) The digestibility of the leaves and stems of perennial ryegrass, cocksfoot, timothy, tall fescue, lucerne and sainfoin, as measured by an in vitro procedure.
Plots were planted with different combinations of four species: red clover, white clover, perennial ryegrass and cocksfoot. Some had just one species, others had all four.
The inter-relationships between heading date, yield, chemical composition and digestibility in varieties of perennial ryegrass, timothy, cocksfoot, and meadow fescue.
Seasonal allergic rhinitis (hayfever) Pollen from trees like the silver birch, ash, oak andLondon plane, and grasses such as timothy, rye, cocksfoot, meadow and fescue.
Effect of gibberellic acid on inflorescence production in cocksfoot plants with choke (Epichloe typhina).
A particularly popular variety is Cocksfoot, which has broad leaves making it easy to bite.
This a long-term mixture containing Lofa festulolium, late perennial ryegrass, cocksfoot, meadow fescue, timothy and white clover.
Clough TJ (1990) Response of Yatsyn ryegrass, Matua prairie grass and Wana cocksfoot to phosphorus and potassium.
Tea as the most popular beverage crop in China can selectively absorb F from soil and thus results in higher F concentrations in tea leaves, compared with other plants including pine (Pinus banksiana), subterranean clover (Trifolium subterranean), cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerata), scotch thistle (Onopordum acanthium), and Salicornia brachiate [10,11].
On the other hand, in cocksfoot [37], barley [30], and Rumex spp.