Practical Observations on the British Grasses: Especially Such as are Best Adapted to the Laying Down Or Improving of Meadows and Pastures: to which is Added, An Enumeration of the British Grasses. The Third Edition, with Additions. By William Curtis, ...
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Achillea Millefolium Agrojlis Agrostis capillaris Agrostis palustris Aira Alopecurus Alopecurus Geniculatus appearance Aquatica Avena flavescens Barley-Grass bateable best grasses BRITISH GRASSES Bromus Cats-Tail coarse Cock's-Foot common grass Creeping Crepis tectorum crop cultivated Cynosurus Dactylis Dogs-Tail Grafs drought dry pastures farmer Fejluca Fescue-Grass Festuca duriuscula Festuca elatior Festuca ovina Fl.Lond Flora Flote flowering stems Fluitans foliage Fox-Tail Grass garden at Brompton Geniculatus grateful to cattle ground growing naturally growth hardy hay-making heaths herbage HORDEUM husbandman induced to think Juncus land LinnŠus Loliacea Lolium perenne Lond Meadow Fox-Tail Meadow-Grass meadows and pastures Medicago lupulina moist soil Oat-Grafs OBSERVATIONS panicle pasturage Phalaris Phleum pint Plantago lanceolata Poa annua Poa pratensis Poa trivialis PrŠcox produce Ray-Grass recommended roots Rough-Stalked Smooth-Stalked Meadow soil and situation sown species spike Stalked Meadow Stillingfleet Sweet-Scented Vernal Tail Grafs Thymus Serpyllum Trifolium repens Triticum repens Turf verdure weeds wild
Page 45 - will quickly vegetate, and the only attention they will require will be to be carefully weeded in about a fortnight from their coming up, fuch of the plants as grow thickly together may be thinned, and thofe which are taken up tranfplanted, fo as to make more rows of the fame grafs. If the winter