Sometimes a mixture of cocksfoot, English rye-grass, and white clover is used, or the two grasses alone are planted.
Over-ripe clover, vetches, or rye-grass are liable to produce the disease.
Italian rye-grass and red clover are now frequently sown in mixture for soiling, and succeed admirably.
Our enlarged drawing of a seed with its envelopes is given to contrast with rye-grass seed, which is narrower and more pointed.
He was also unfortunate with his lambs, which, during the same month, were folded on Italian rye-grass.
Artificial pasture was extended and there was increased use of clover, sainfoin, and rye-grass.
Darnel, dr′nel, n. an annual of the rye-grass genus, the tares of Scripture.
Various kinds of fodder crops are grown in Transcaucasia, such as hay, rye-grass and lucerne.
The grasses they fed upon were mixtures of cocks-foot, timothy, rye-grass, and white clover.
It has been repeatedly stated that rye-grass is about the only crop it is profitable to grow on it.