The one defect is lack of green sward.
The operation consists of paring off the tough sward to a depth of I to 2 in.
Gurgling water, strips of sward and tall forest trees, backed by green hills, make a scene completely unlike the usual monotony of Persian landscape.
4t4kr,-,' space to cover, it is much the cheaper plan to sow the lawn with grass-seeds, and equally effective, though the sward takes much longer to thicken.
just sufficient to effectually damage the roots of the plants forming the sward and then, after drying the sods and burning them, spreading the charred material and ashes over the land.
close-cropped, closed sward vegetation due to heavy sheep grazing typical in the uplands.
grazed the sward.
The first thing that we saw was a great sward of white roses in bloom.
clover sward which is occasionally mown.
For two years the land is down to a grass clover sward which is occasionally mown.
But in many parts of England, wherever a path crosses a heath, its surface becomes covered with a fine short sward.
Makes a very high quality playing surface with a compact and dense sward with a mowing height of just 5mm.
hollow tining is carried out too frequently a soft and not very resilient sward is produced.
leguminous plants in organic farming will also improve the mineral content of the sward.
performing sward height measurement Focal animal sampling was carried out to gain insight into the deer's foraging behavior.
Green-winged orchid - this common orchid is evident where rabbits have grazed the sward.
Once the position of the quadrat had been established, the sward composition within the quadrat area was assessed visually.
As a result of soil testing the STRI researched requirements for hardness, traction, ball rebound, sward height and grass cover.
Nitrogen rates will vary with sward composition, with perennial rye swards more hungry than traditional bents and fescues.
Having determined that the area under consideration does not contain ryegrass the second consideration is the age of the sward.
scarify with rakes to maintain an open sward to allow the germination of seedlings.
This has a low sedge sward, dominated by carnation sedge, with abundant common yellow sedge and occasionally flea sedge.
Sward management should aim to encourage a dense cover of grass to form otherwise spear thistle seedlings will establish in thin or bare areas.
Intensive grazing of pasture and saltmarsh can create a sward that is too short for nesting skylarks.
The church is located on the Croft, which is a broad sward of green running down to the river stour.
sward of grass, sloping up to your left.
Frequent cutting (6 times per year) allows the white clover to dominate the sward.
More frequent mowing to maintain a short sward may be needed on parts of the site to maintain a neat appearance or for recreation.
Sowing to a short-term crop followed by further surface cultivations may be best before establishing a long-term sward.
The ley will have a thick bottom sward for good hay, silage and grazing.
It is a perennial with an extensive rhizome system and forms a sward rather than tussocks but is very variable in habit.
Also, the ball will sink less into a dense sward which will therefore present less resistance to its forward roll.
Surrounding the Promenade is a huge grassy sward, part of which is laid out as gardens.
It probably never even got as far as the soil before being eaten or getting stuck in the thick grass sward.
Carry on along the path across the continuing green sward, which cuts off a wide curve in the Cocker.
Mowing is indiscriminate and does not act selectively; for instance it is impossible to mow only the grass in a mixed sward.
It was growing among the short sward on the lower slopes of Mill Hill.
sward composition today on the greens is starting to take on another look.
sward height can also help.
sward damage can allow ragwort to invade the gaps in established vegetation.
Gaps must be made first in the grass sward.
Now we have heather plants springing up and a diverse grassland sward.
Grass silage containing 296 g VCDM per kg FW was produced from the primary growth of a perennial ryegrass sward.
Scarify with rakes to maintain an open sward to allow the germination of seedlings.
The church is located on the Croft, which is a broad sward of green running down to the river Stour.
Go through the gate to find yourself at the south end of a long sward of grass, sloping up to your left.
The sward composition today on the greens is starting to take on another look.
Controlled grazing to maintain optimum sward height can also help.
Plant death or sward damage can allow ragwort to invade the gaps in established vegetation.
This mix includes a dwarf ryegrass to increase the hardiness of the sward.
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