rye-grass


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rye-grass

any of various grasses of the genus Lolium, esp L. perenne, native to Europe, N Africa, and Asia and widely cultivated as forage crops. They have a flattened flower spike and hairless leaves

Ryle

1. Gilbert. 1900--76, British philosopher. His works include The Concept of Mind (1949)
2. Sir Martin. 1918--84, British astronomer, noted for his research on radio astronomy: Astronomer Royal 1972--82; shared the Nobel prize for physics in 1974
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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.
Two studies tested a popular European rye-grass pollen extract called Cernilton against a placebo in a total of 165 men for three to six months.
SIX MONTHS AGO, Dale Bergey owned 200 flat-as-a-pancake acres of rye-grass stubble off Alvadore Road south of Junction City.
Rye-grass characteristically has a fibrous root system with many fine, long and aggressive roots, and Melaleuca armillaris is a woody plant with a taproot system that has the potential to enter small cracks and expand through secondary growth.
To further enrich the soil after the growing season ended in fall, they sowed a cover crop of annual rye-grass and topped off the beds with a 3-inch layer of manure.
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.