Rhodes grass

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Rhodes grass perennial grass of South Africa introduced into United States; cultivated as forage grass in dry regions
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Usage

In literature:

Splendid results have been obtained by sowing artificial grasses, such as Paspalum dilatatum, Rhodes, Prairie, Guinea, and Giant Couch grasses.
"Australia The Dairy Country" by Australia Department of External Affairs
Para grass hay is of good quality, and Rhodes grass of very fine quality.
"Florida: An Ideal Cattle State" by Florida State Live Stock Association
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In news:

A Grass Valley resident is one of 32 university students nationwide who will be going to University of Oxford in England next fall on a Rhodes scholarship.
In August 1881, the world's best tennis players gathered on the elite grass courts of Newport, Rhode Island for the very first US National Lawn Tennis Championships.
Conditions at Lexington, Blue Grass Airport, KY. Cordia High School recently hired former Kentucky Wildcat Rodrick Rhodes as the new head coach for the boys basketball program.
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