- n. alternative spelling of love grass.
“Little bluestem, sideoats grama, lovegrass tridens, multiflowered false rhodesgrass, Arizona cottontop, plains bristlegrass, and other mid grasses are dominant on deeper soils.”
“In the Transvaal, as well as in other parts of South Africa, tef is often sown with its relative, weeping lovegrass (Eragrostis curvula).”
“As an erosion-fighting plant, weeping lovegrass is better than tef because it is a perennial whose natural staying power keeps the land covered as the seasons go by.”
“Weeping lovegrass is quite well known as a forage (in the dry Southwest of the United States, for instance), but van Wyk has searched through every nook and cranny of South Africa (the plant's native habitat) seeking out special genotypes with qualities for erosion control.”
“Instead, weeping lovegrass (Eragrostis curvula) covers slopes with a perennial carpet of vegetation that acts en masse to protect the ground from rain and wind.”
“Weeping lovegrass stays in place and does its job for years, he says, but it is slow to establish.”
“North Burnett graziers say the spread of the noxious African lovegrass weed is crippling production in the region.”
“North Burnett grazier Ian Lautitt says he has lost nearly half his Glenleigh property to the African lovegrass.”
“Some of the more than 30 grasses and flowers in the garden will include buffalo grass, little bluestem, sand lovegrass, blackeyed Susans, bluebonnet, standing cypress, primroses, coreopsis and Indian paintbrush.”
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