Definition of Para grass. Meaning of Para grass. Synonyms of Para grass

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Definition of Para grass

Para grass
Para grass Pa*ra" grass` (Bot.) A valuable pasture grass (Panicum barbinode) introduced into the Southern United States from Brazil.

Meaning of Para grass from wikipedia

- species of gr**** known by the common names para gr****, buffalo gr****, Mauritius signal gr****, pasto pare, malojilla, gramalote, parana, Carib gr****, and Scotch...
- Brazilian plants in the gr**** family. The only known species is Arundoclaytonia dissimilis, native to the States of Amazonas and Pará in Brazil. List of Poaceae...
- Rehia is a genus of plants in the gr**** family. The only known species is Rehia nervata, native to Brazil (Amapá, Pará, Maranhão) and to the Guianas (Suriname...
- bunds, farm roads, river channels—1,020.20 Area under lawns and gardens, para gr****, and orchards— 537.00 Land and the social forestry land, etc.—183.00 Total—3...
- 1908 The larvae feed on gr****es, including rice plants (Oryza sativa), sugarcanes (Saccharum officinarum), and para gr**** (Brachiaria mutica). They...
- of the year. A 25,000 hectares (61,776 acres) floodplain that contains para gr**** and marine couch backed onto the Daly River mouth makes up part of Litchfield...
- structural support. On this basis, loam is applied, mixed with sand, water and para gr****. This is then coated with aloe vera juice, which gives the white colour...
- in odd-numbered years), and the Winter Olympics. Para-alpine skiing is contested at the World Para Alpine Skiing Championships (odd-numbered years) and...
- se pinta de luz' para recibir al Papa - Proceso". Proceso (in Spanish). 2016-01-25. Retrieved 2018-03-30. LemonGr**** by LemonGr**** on iTunes, 2016-06-10...
- such as wormwoods, Job's tears, knotweeds, wild sugarcane, Johnson gr****, and para gr****. The larvae work their way through the host plant (typically maize)...
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