Cord grass facts sheet


The purpose of this fact sheet is to provide important safety information and tips for teenagers to consider when operating lawn care equipment. This fact sheet is not intended to replace the safety recommendations or requirements of the owner/operator’s manual, but rather to highlight and enhance the recommendations of the manual. one inch height and makes an attractive turf grass. It will withstand traffic well, and has been successfully used on golf courses. Some varieties have a two toned appearance to their leaf surfaces which create an attractive striped effect when mowed. Because of its salt tolerance, this species can be used specifically for use as a pasture grass. Control Managing gamba grass The GBO requires a person to take reasonable and practical steps to minimise the risks posed by gamba grass. This fact sheet provides information and some options for controlling gamba grass. Pasture management Gamba grass should be grazed with enough stock to keep Prairie Cordgrass is a common, fast-growing, warm-season grass that has a preference for moist, sandy soil but tolerates a variety of conditions, including dry and saline soils. It's been planted for erosion control and cultivated as a biofuel. Prairie Cordgrass is a native warm-season, sod forming grass also called "rip gut" due to its saw toothed leaf margins at maturity. This grass forms extremely dense stands, spreading by creeping rhizomes and seed produced on tillers 5-7 ft. tall. Spartina, commonly known as cordgrass or cord-grass, is a genus of plants in the grass family, frequently found in coastal salt marshes.. The genus Spartina has been subsumed into the genus Sporobolus and demoted to the taxonomic status of section after a taxonomic revision in 2014, but it is still common to see Spartina used as genus and in 2019 an interdisciplinary team of experts from all ...