I Have Endeavoured To Make The Subject More Generally Useful By Dealing With The Grasses Of The Indian Peninsula, But It Must Not Be Imagined That My List Is Complete, There Are Probably Many Existing Grasses Of Which I Have Never Heard, But On The Whole
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1-flowered 2-valved ANDROPOGON apex Apluda awned barren base Beauv Bengal bifarious black soil Botanical Characters.—Culms Botanical Characters.—Culms erect branches bristle Calyx Caryopsis Cattle are fond Cattle will eat Characters.—Spikes ciliated compressed coriaceous Corol creeping crop culm cultivated Cyperus Dactylon diqynia ERAGROSTIS feet high feet high—Leaves filiform floret flower fodder forage GENUS glabrous glume grain grass grass-cutter ground hairs hairy Hariali HEMARTHRIA hermaphrodite hispid horses inches India inflorescence irrigation joints lanceolate land laterite linear Linn Madras Manisuris manure margins membranaceous mucronate muticous Mysore native neuter valve Note.—Found Note.—This oblong oval palea palece panicle PANICUM pasture pedicelled Peninsula plains plant PLATE plough plumose Punjab quantity racemes rachis rains ramous Retz rice roots Roxb secund seed seldom sessile Setaria sheaths smooth solitary species spike Spikelets Spodiopogon stack stalk stamens stem straw striated Syst terminal triandria unequal upper verticelled weather wheat Willd