Definition of Bunch grass. Meaning of Bunch grass. Synonyms of Bunch grass

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Definition of Bunch grass

Bunch grass
Bunch grass Bunch" grass` (Bot.) A grass growing in bunches and affording pasture. In California, Atropis tenuifolia, Festuca scabrella, and several kinds of Stipa are favorite bunch grasses. In Utah, Eriocoma cuspidata is a good bunch grass.

Meaning of Bunch grass from wikipedia

- Tussock gr****es or bunch gr****es are a group of gr**** species in the Poaceae family. They usually grow as singular plants in clumps, tufts, hummocks,...
- (gr****) or bunch gr****, members of the Poaceae family Bunch, Oklahoma, United States Bunch Cr****, Placer County, California, United States The Bunch,...
- Eragrostis tef, also known as teff, Williams' lovegr**** or annual bunch gr****, is an annual gr****, a species of lovegr**** native to the Horn of Africa, notably...
- allows gr****es to be grazed or mown regularly without severe damage to the plant. Three general cl****ifications of growth habit present in gr****es: bunch-type...
- annuals. Many are bunch gr****es and tussock gr****es, though others form extensive systems of many-branched rhizomes. The bunching types are often called...
- canary-gr**** and Harding gr****, is a species of gr**** in the genus Phalaris of the Poaceae Family. It is an erect, waist-high, stout perennial bunch gr**** with...
- Megathyrsus maximus, known as Guinea gr**** and green panic gr**** in English, is a large perennial bunch gr**** that is native to Africa, Palestine, and...
- setaceum, commonly known as crimson fountaingr****, is a C4 perennial bunch gr**** that is native to open, scrubby habitats in East Africa, tropical Africa...
- grows well on clay and serpentine soils. N****ella pulchra is a perennial bunch gr**** producing tufts of erect, unbranched stems up to 1 metre (3.3 ft) tall...
- certain plants. This also allows for lateral spread of gr****es like bamboo and bunch gr****es. Examples of plants that are propagated this way include...
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