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Grasses

Grasses

Grasses tend to have extensive root systems. Some establish rapidly and can significantly reduce erosion. They are useful for scavenging nutrients, especially Nitrogen, and can produce large amounts of residue. Grass residue is typically low in Nitrogen and high in Carbon.

Sorghum Sudan

Sorghum Sudan

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annual ryegrass

Annual Ryegrass

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Millet

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Prairie grass

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Cocksfoot

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Tall fescue

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Perennial brome

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Festulolium

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Perennial Ryegrass

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Crested Dogstail

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Yorkshire Fog

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Timothy

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Phalaris

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