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Cool-Season Grasses
Cool-Season Grasses Cultivar Performance in North Carolina Tall Fescue Very Good Good Fair Fair Bonanza* Adventure Maverick Amigo Phoenix* Apache* Maverick II Aztec Taurus* Arid* Mesa Bonsai* Thoroughbred Astro* Murietta Chesapeake Trident Avanti Mustang Chieftan Barnone Olympic* Guardian Brookston Olympic II Ky 31* Carefree Rebel* Monarch* Cochise Rebel Jr. Pacer* Crossfire Rebel II* Silverado ...
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Meadow on preserved farm Fund for Roosevelt FFR warm season grasses rushes sedges forbs prescribed burn livestock tolerance
... of the 12.4 acre meadow. A mixture of facultative wetland flowers, sedges, rushes, and grasses dominate the southern, wetter remaining acres. A zone about 20 feet wide at the interface ... of New Deal Nurseries, LLC. Source of seed: Ernst Conservation Seeds Seed mix design: Warm season grasses (WS) - Creative Habitat Corporation Facultative wetland mix (FW) - Ernst Conservation Seeds mix 122 (modified ...
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Wild Ones: Wild Ones Archive 2002, Jul 06:  Com#8 - Cool Season Grasses  
... Classified Wild Store Bookstore Publications Downloads Wild Links Conferences Wild Ones 2002 Archive COMMENT #8: CONTROLLING COOL SEASON GRASSES I may have at least a partial answer to a recurring problem for many prairie builders ... setup with out Roundup to make sure it is not so heavy so as to press the grasses down to the forbs underneath. I didn't get rid of everything, but my warm-season plants ...
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Cool Season Grasses
... the grass a little higher during the fall (about 1 inch higher than usual), because warm season grasses use the cooler fall weather to build up reserves to survive the harsh winter. Mowing ... Both germinate rapidly (but annual is faster), and are clump-forming rather than spreading types of grasses. Perennial ryegrass is the preferred type because of it's glossy, attractive, deep green appearance. ...
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Cutting back in the fall - Ornamental Grasses Forum - GardenWeb
... Directories Organization Directory Events Calendar Hortiplex Glossary Zone Finder Garden Bazaar GardenWeb Store Return to the Ornamental Grasses Forum | Post a Follow-Up Cutting back in the fall clip this post email this post what ... (My Page) on Thu, Nov 9, 06 at 18:29 If you're talking about warm season grasses which have gone dormant, yes, you can cut them back in the fall. Depending on variety, ...
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Ornamental Grasses Forum - GardenWeb
... Apr 16, 06 at 4:20 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Apr 16, 06 at 19:55 Dividing Warm Season Grasses Posted by: barbzny 5A on Sun, Apr 16, 06 at 15:55 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Apr ... on Mon, Apr 10, 06 at 20:13 1 follow-up, posted on Tue, Apr 11, 06 at 11:36 Growing Ornamental Grasses From Seed Posted by: philip_2006 Z3 on Mon, Apr 10, 06 at 0:45 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon ...
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Spring and Summer Lawn Management Considerations for Cool-Season Turfgrasses
... lawn turf. For instance, mixtures of tall fescue and fine-leaf fescue, though these two grasses are closely related to each other, are not recommended because their leaf textures are so ... in research trials at Virginia Tech and exceeds recommendations for spring nitrogen fertility of cool-season grasses. Breakthroughs in crabgrass control are likely to occur. In addition to applications of herbicides ...
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Spring and Summer Lawn Management Considerations for Warm-Season Turfgrasses
... to early spring with glyphosate (RoundupTM, TouchdownTM) and glufosinate (FinaleTM). Annual bluegrass and other cool-season grasses (perhaps ryegrass from winter overseeding) can be controlled in bermudagrass and zoysiagrass with RevolverTM. ... emerge, they are going to emphasize mating in order to set the stage for next season's grubs, and a few of the beetles (such as the Japanese beetle picture in ...
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Calamagrostis - feather reed grass
... and Cultural Information: C. x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster', feather reed grass. 5'. Calamagrostis is a cool season grass with strictly upright foliage. The vertical, feathery plumes have a purple cast when they first ... but well-drained soil. Plants are somewhat clay tolerant but can suffer in standing water. Because they are cool season grasses they can be divided in spring or fall. Feather reed ...
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Understanding Ornamental Grasses
... the brown or winter injured foliage in the spring. Some of the more popular cool season grasses include, Fescues, Blue Oat Grass (Helictotrichon), Tufted Hair Grass (Deschampsia), and Autumn Moor Grass ... Spartina). Growth Habits Before planting you should also understand the growth habit of the grass. Grasses can be either clump forming or rhizome forming. The latter is often called "running" grass ...
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