Orchard grass

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A tall, tufted grass. It is adapted to deep, rich soils, as it roots deeply, yet it grows on poor soils to some extent. It is often desirable in a pasture mixture. The high price of seed and the seed adulteration seem to be the chief causes for its limited use.


G. F. Warren, Elements of Agriculture (London, MacMillan and Co., Ltd., 1913) 188


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