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redtop:

see bent grassbent grass,
any species of the genus Agrostis of the family Poaceae (grass family), chiefly slender, delicate plants native to cool climates. Many are used for forage or lawns. Important species naturalized from Europe include the creeping bent (A.
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AS AN Echo subscriber for the last six and a half years, I am extremely disappointed at the headlines printed in the Echo (September 13) that would have been more suited to one of the redtop rags from Fleet Street - They said it's in the boiler.....Legionella found in city school.
And he creates a catalogue of flowers that will send all but an expert scurrying to the dictionary: "The old hayfields smell of redtop and timothy, and wildflowers bloom.
Faith community networks and penal reform networks played a significant part in enhancing the wider public reputation of Circles, and there was an element of "cultural politics" in the way they set out to mobilise support across a range of constituencies and challenge the redtop mentality on released sex offenders.
"I spent hours lying on my back in high timothy and redtop," Lindbergh reminisced almost half a century later, "hidden from passersby, watching white cumulus clouds drift overhead, staring into the sky." (2) This was the natural habitat of a hero, bucolic but not uneventful.
Depth of seeding Seed size (number (centimeters) /kilogram) Representative crops 0.6-1.3 135,000-2,250,000 Redtop, timothy, bluegrass, fescue, white clover, alsike clover, and tobacco 1.3-1.9 67,500-135,000 Alfalfa, red clover, sweetclover, crimson clover, ryegrass, foxtail millet, and turnip 1.9-3.8 22,500-67,500 Flax, sudangrass, proso, and bromegrass 3.8-5.1 4500-22,500 Wheat, oats, barley, rye, rice, sorghum, buckwheat, vetch, and mung bean 5.1-7.6 180-4500 Corn, pea, cotton, and soybean Table 13-5 Plant populations produced from 100 seeds at various depths on two soils.
An average yield reduction of 14% was demonstrated for Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratenis) and redtop (Agrostis stolonifera) grasses by simulating cattle treading (Clary 1995), a similar reduction to the perennial ryegrass yield reduction from simulated cattle treading treatments of Drewry et al.
But instead Taylor has been hounded, made public enemy number one by certain sections of society and unnecessarily humiliated by one of Britain's redtop tabloids.
Redtop is an unattractive, stemmy grass with coarse-textured, grayish green leaves.
rhomoboidea -- -- -- (three-seed mercury) * Achillea millefolium (yarrow) * 2.5 -- 2.5 Agastache nepetoides (yellow giant -- -- -- hyssop) * Agrostis gigantea (redtop) 15.0 -- 2.5 Agrostis stolonifera var.
(Or, if you read a certain down-market redtop, she is a "squirrel-eating lesbo".
Grass 1:10 w/v: equal parts of Poaeeae Poa pratensis (Kentucky Bluegrass), Dactylis glomerata (Orchard Grass), Agrostis alba (Redtop), Phleum pretense (Timothy), Anthoxanthum odoratum (Sweet Vernal Grass), Cynodon dactylon (Bermuda Grass) and Cynodon dactylon (Johnson Grass).
Only five species are commonly used for turfgrass in the USA: colonial, velvet, dryland, redtop (A.