wheatgrass

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n wheatgrass a grass of the genus Agropyron
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Usage


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Barley Grass , Wheatgrass and Other Green Foods.
Plant Power in Small Packages When we talk about "green foods," we're referring to a group of foods that includes young cereal grasses like barley grass and wheatgrass, as well a blue-green algae known as BGA.
Barley Grass, Wheatgrass and Other Green Foods.
Jackson Hole, Wyo.-When graduates of Trey Chace 's film class hit the bricks, they are ready for anything Hollywood can throw at them, except, maybe, the wheatgrass juice.
Jackson Hole, Wyo.-When graduates of Trey Chace's film class hit the bricks, they are ready for anything Hollywood can throw at them, except, maybe, the wheatgrass juice.
How to make the ultimate spring centerpiece by growing your own wheatgrass and then putting a live wheatgrass centerpiece on your table.
How To Make a Wheatgrass Centerpiece.
Lovers of wheatgrass swear by its ability to help treat a range of diseases and ailments including high blood pressure, tooth decay, eczema, psoriasis, arthritis, and sinusitis.
Carving Vegetable Markers, Guest Ranch and Wheatgrass Juice Business.
Orchardgrass is the grass most commonly interseeded into alfalfa, but other grasses like endophyte-free tall fescue, meadow brome, festulolium and wheatgrasses also can be used.
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