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Grass

A slang term for $10 in Hong Kong. Bowl and stripe are equivalent terms. See also: Hong Kong dollar.
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Hence, for providing balanced diet, the grasses should be mixed with forage legumes (Bose and Balakarishnan, 2001).
In your landscape, ornamental grasses can add a unique quality.
The various warm-season species and cultivars of grass planted to create formal or utility lawns are Bermuda grass (Cynodon), zoysia grasses (Zoysia) and St Augustine grass (Stenotaphrum secundatum).
One result could be that farmers and groundskeepers would be forced to use herbicides other than Roundup - including some that cost more or persist longer in the environment - to control unwanted grasses.
If you have never seen the new synthetic putting greens and lawn grasses, the idea of artificial lawns will probably conjure up AstroTurf, the tacky green carpet first used in the 1960s in sports stadiums, gas station landscaping, and miniature golf courses.
Recent analyses of fossilized dino droppings unearthed in India have turned up at least five types of grasses.
Like all green plants, grasses use sunlight, carbon dioxide from the air, and water to perform photosynthesis and grow.
Underwater grasses provide important habitat for blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay.
But during the last 200 years, exotic annual grasses from Europe started taking over, and now only 2 percent of the state's grasslands are vegetated by native perennial grasses.
Ornamental grasses are garden mainstays, and with good reason.
In this landscape that seems to offer few inspirations, the true beauty and resilience of ornamental grasses becomes apparent.