Amongst grasses the highest place must be assigned to ryegrass, especially - to the Italian variety, commonly called Lolium italicum.
In England hunters and carriage horses are generally fed on natural hay, in Scotland on Timothy, largely imported from Canada, or ryegrass hay that has not been grown with nitrate of soda.
dominated by ryegrass and few other species - low biodiversity is in-built.
Contains 70% amenity ryegrass and 30% creeping red fescue.
This mix includes a dwarf ryegrass to increase the hardiness of the sward.
Some of the pastures are sown grasslands dominated by ryegrass and few other species - low biodiversity is in-built.
Having determined that the area under consideration does not contain ryegrass the second consideration is the age of the sward.
Sheep and cattle given a free choice between perennial ryegrass and white clover tend to select a mixed diet with perhaps two thirds clover.
Italian ryegrass is one of the most important forage grasses in temperate regions.
Current status The first documented case of glyphosate resistance was reported in 1996 involving rigid ryegrass in Australia.
Italian or hybrid ryegrass may be sown alone (for short term swards) or with perennial ryegrass.
ryegrass plant population to dominate ).
ryegrass mosaic virus and in vitro expression of the coat protein gene.
Grass silage containing 296 g VCDM per kg FW was produced from the primary growth of a perennial ryegrass sward.
Similarly a raised height of cut (e.g. on a winter sports pitch will help the ryegrass plant population to dominate).
Very small losses were found under a vigorously growing Italian ryegrass ley.
Molecular cloning and nucleotide sequencing of a South African isolate of ryegrass mosaic virus and in vitro expression of the coat protein gene.
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