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Grasses of Tennessee
by The Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tenn
Written in English
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|Series||Bulletin of the Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Tennessee, State Agricultural and Mechanical College ; v. 5, no. 2, v. 7, no. 1, Bulletin (University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- v.5, no. 2., Bulletin (University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- v.7, no. 1.|
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Grasses for Tennessee love shade and water. Soft Rush Grass is a water-loving perennial plant that is very popular in water gardens. It is also sometimes referred to as everyday rush, mat rush, and bog rush. It grows in clumps of attractive stems that are bright green in color, similar in appearance to many types of grass. Grasses used in Tennessee consist of warm season and cool season grasses. Tennessee lies in what turf professionals call the transition zone. What this means is that summer in Tennessee is too hot for cool-season grasses to perform well and winters are often cold enough to injure or kill warm-season grasses.
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While these prairie grass systems are now much less extensive than they once were, grasses managed for grazing are still a key component of Tennessee economy and culture. Across much of East and Middle Tennessee, pasturelands support a cattle and calf agriculture system that produces the second most valuable Tennessee product in farm gate sales.
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Each forage species is distinguished as being a grass or a legume, an annual or a perennial, and a warm-season or a cool-season plant. The grasses of Tennessee; including cereals and forage plants by Killebrew, J.
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These five species are all similar, but have important differences in key characteristics (Table 1). Switchgrass (Fig. 1) is probably the most well-known of these fiveFile Size: KB.Extension Publications. In an effort to make information about native grasses widely available, we will post the results of our research, technical guides, and other articles on this site.
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