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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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I confess that the job of cutting these grasses back almost to the ground isn't one I particularly enjoy.
Pure-stand legumes and their mixtures with grasses had a higher crude protein contentsthan pure-stand grasses, whereas pure-stand grasses had a higher fiber fraction contents compared to pure-stand legumes and their mixture with grasses.
When grasses are lush, dark green and growing fast, the plant is higher in protein.
Florida homeowners are encouraged to seek professional help or advice of the proper care and maintenance practices for the warm weather turf grasses. Central and Southern Florida lawns are protected by fertilization, fungus control, and turf grass pests through the leading lawn service provider, Reynolds Pest Management, Inc.
I'm also collecting seed from ornamental grasses that flower in late spring and early summer.
Tifgrand joins the thousands of grasses developed for a specific use and specific regions.
Present study assessed the suitability of six exotic grasses to local climate and evaluated their forage production and nutritional value grown at forage grass nursery, Punjab Forestry Research Institute, Faisalabad Pakistan during 2006 -2007.
Rye grass, white clover and orchard grass are just three grasses that the cows that produce new Organic Valley Grassmilk dine on.
Where you find lots of it but not the other grasses, spring lows may cause the area to go dry, which will force fish into surrounding channels--and these cuts are likely to be marked by turtle grass mixed with manatee grass.
Natural looking but rather glamorous in style, ornamental grasses belong to the same family as lawn and cereal and pasture grasses, but in most cases they form graceful clumps of relatively fine textured, long leaves.