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Seed production characteristics of selected grass species and varieties

Chester L. Canode

Seed production characteristics of selected grass species and varieties

by Chester L. Canode

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Published by Washington Agricultural Experiment Stations, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Washington State University in [Pullman, Wash.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grasses -- Seeds,
  • Grasses -- Varieties

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[C.L. Canode and R.W. Van Keuren].
    SeriesBulletin / Washington Agricultural Experiment Station -- 647., Bulletin (Washington Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 647.
    ContributionsVan Keuren, Robert W.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 15 p. ;
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17533340M
    OCLC/WorldCa19371762

    Characteristics: This species is a fine-leafed turfgrass with good density and uniformity. Creeping red fescue, sheep fescue and Chewings fescue turfs are medium to dark green. Sheep fescue tends to be distinctively blue green; hard fescue is gray-green. Red fescue grows from rhizomes; the other species are bunch-type grasses. Correct identification of grasses is important for proper pasture management and maximizing yields and profits. At first glance, most grasses in the vegetative stage look similar, however, each grass is unique and can be distinguished from other species. Most distinguishable characteristics are located.

    Clover Selection: Guidelines. Annuals Versus Perennials. Annual clovers complete their life cycles within one year (i.e., plants emerge from seed, grow, produce seed, and die, all within a 12 month period). Annual clovers reproduce only from seed and not by vegetative propagation from roots or other plant structures. However, it requires less fertilizer than other warm-season types. Carpet grass, while a very different species, needs the same care and looks very similar in a lawn to centipede except that it produces a crabgrass-like seed head, and does not have hairs along the edges of the leaves. Blade: Pointed with notch. Color/Texture: Light green, dense.

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Seed production characteristics of selected grass species and varieties by Chester L. Canode Download PDF EPUB FB2

The production of flowers, fruits, and seeds can vary widely between related species, between populations of the same species at different sites, and between years at the same site.

The number of seeds produced is a phenotypic character reflecting the interaction between genetic seed production potential and the environment experienced by the. The remaining characteristics (reading to the right) are plant-related and determine which grass should be selected for a specific use.

The last column contains relevant information such as comments on use and references to helpful publications. Table 1. Forage grass species characteristics. A lawn is an area of soil-covered land planted with grasses and other durable plants such as clover which are maintained at a short height with a lawnmower (or sometimes grazing animals) and used for aesthetic and recreational purposes.

Lawns are usually composed only of grass species, subject to weed and pest control, maintained in a green color (e.g., by watering), and. Table 2 contains some performance data on selected cool-season grass species and varieties tested in Roseau, MN between and In Wisconsin trials conducted in andyields of named smooth bromegrass cultivars ranged from.

Forage Seed. CLICK HERE for our Forage Varieties Brochure. FORAGE TRIALS DATABASE The database link below will take you to the log-in page of our searchable trial database. This database has all the results of public and private trials that our varieties have been entered in.

It allows for selected searches to narrow the search results. Production with Selected Forage Species’ 1 Make sure the minimum adequate drainage and area planting dates for the specific site are correct for the species chosen (Table 5).

Most certified and licensed Vermont seed companies selling cool season grasses and legumes have documented > Although seed head characteristics are among the best identifying features of turfgrass species, they are often removed by mowing.

Where seed heads can be observed, they are classified as panicle types, spike types, or recemes. Recognizing difference among these seed head types can be useful in distinguishing among the cool-season turfgrass.

The is a series of pages that identify the major forage grass and legume species of Indiana and the North Central States. Digitized photos and descriptions of the species characteristics are included.

How are you at identifying seed. Check out this side by side comparison of the seeds from these identification pages. Seeds and Plant Production When planting for seed increase, seed should be treated with a fungicide (most seed companies can treat seed) to reduce potential head smut problems common in bromes.

Irrigated seed production plantings should be in at least inch rows and preferably inch rows. Written by Leila Shultz and produced by SageSTEP, this guide covers the characteristics, distribution, and habitats of 18 sagebrush species. Common Weeds in Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands A bilingual guide to the common weeds of Puerto Rico and the U.S.

Virgin Islands is now available from the USDA NRCS. Seed Selection (Recommended Mixtures) The seed mixtures shown in Table 1 are "recipes" for central New England for general turf areas fertilized and mowed on a regular basis, including athletic fields, home lawn turf, commercial properties, and parks and recreational areas.

It is strongly recommended that each species component of a mixture contains cultivars (varieties. 3 CHAPTER ONE: SEED PRODUCTION OF SELECTED CEREALS AND PULSES Introduction: Rice is the most important staple crop in Sierra Leone.

It is consumed by approximately 90% of the population and per capita. areas. Eski was selected from seed from Eskisehire, Turkey that survived severe winters at Sidney, Montana.

The seed increased from these hardy plants was designated as breeder seed. Eski is recommended for dryland pasture hay in areas receiving at least 14 inches of precipitation or on irrigated land.

Eski yields only one to two cuttings per. Seed quality plays an important role in the production of agronomic and horticultural crops. Characteristics such as trueness to variety, germination percentage, purity, vigor, and appearance are important to farmers planting crops and to homeowners establishing lawns and gardens.

Glossary Auricle A short extension of the leaf blade that wraps partway around the stem. Awn A stiff, hair-like extension on some glumes. Collar A light-colored band of tissue opposite the ligule, on the outer side of the grass leaf.

Culm The jointed stem of grasses. Glume A tiny leaf-like structure enveloping the seed. InternodeThe area of the stem between the. californiaagricultural extensionservice circular'september, grassseed production thecollegeofagriculture universityofcalifornia'berkeley '"v. speaking, rather than true seeds.

In the grass family the seed or fruit is called a grain or caryopsis, in the buckwheat and sunflower families an achene, and in the mint family a nutlet.

Some kinds of seeds possess additional structures, such as glumes, bracts, spines, and hairs, which aid in protecting the seed from injury, birds, and rodents. Understand the characteristics of a grass and grass-like plant. All grasses and grass-like plants in the family Graminaceae (or Poaceae) are easily identified by their long, narrow leaves with parallel they mature they form a "stem"--which is not a true stem like with woody- and broad-leaf species of angiosperms and gymnosperms--or a culm that ends with an inflorescence or seed Views: 91K.

Alfalfa seed production occurs throughout the prairies and is exported all over the world. It requires the use of leafcutter bees for adequate pollination.

The following pages outline key agronomic characteristics of selected species. SEED PRODUCTION SPECIALIST SERVICES. The grasses. Classification and distribution. Environment in relation to some aspects of grass physiology.

Day length. Light intensity. Temperature. Rainfall. Soils. The structure of the grass plant. Cultivation. Establishment. Management. Association with the legumes. Herbage yields. Conservation. Nutritive value. Reproduction. The structure of floral parts.

Selecting Grass Seed by Region. When you compare regions, you need to select a grass seed that stands up to your region’s unique characteristics. Whether you live in a cooler climate, an area prone to drought or a location that has high temperatures all year long, select a grass seed that is designed with your region in mind.The grasses are included with lilies, orchids, pineapples, and palms in the group known as the monocotyledons, which includes all flowering plants with a single seed leaf.

In the last couple of years, a clear picture has formed of the evolutionary history of the grass family.Alternative annual forages: Warm-season grasses. Why warm-season grasses are an alternative to replanting alfalfa. Yield data: From Minnesota research on warm-season grass species.

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