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Bothriochloa decipiens flowerhead NC6
Bothriochloa decipiens flowerhead NC6
  • Author: Macleay Grass Man Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-02-16 09:54:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 30°55'35"S - 152°34'0"O
  • Native, warm-season, perennial, tufted grass to 1 m tall. Stem nodes are (virtually) hairless. Flowerheads are subdigitate with 3-4 erect branches that are pressed together and bare at their base for a short distance. Spikelets are paired, with an unstalked awned spikelet and a stalked unawned spikelet. The awned spikelet is hairy and has a single pit; 4.7-5.3 mm long in B decipiens and 5-7 mm long in B. macra. Flowers from late spring to autumn. Mostly found on hillslopes and drier, low fertility soils that are not too acid. B. decipiens is more common in the north and B. macra more common in the south. Native biodiversity. Increases in abundance with over-grazing as it readily colonises bare and disturbed areas. Responsive to increased fertility, but grows well in unfertilised areas. Not very palatable, although quality is moderate if plants are kept short; this is hard to achieve. Quality quickly declines if allowed to become stemmy or when frosted. Yields are in the vicinity of 4-11 tonnes/ha/yr, a high proportion of which is stem. To maintain quality, graze to minimise stem development. Avoid clover dominance in early spring, as Red Grass can thin out dramatically.
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Bothriochloa decipiens flowerhead NC7
Bothriochloa decipiens flowerhead NC7
  • Author: Macleay Grass Man Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-02-16 09:54:20
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 30°55'35"S - 152°34'0"O
  • Native, warm-season, perennial, tufted grass to 1 m tall. Stem nodes are (virtually) hairless. Flowerheads are subdigitate with 3-4 erect branches that are pressed together and bare at their base for a short distance. Spikelets are paired, with an unstalked awned spikelet and a stalked unawned spikelet. The awned spikelet is hairy and has a single pit; 4.7-5.3 mm long in B decipiens and 5-7 mm long in B. macra. Flowers from late spring to autumn. Mostly found on hillslopes and drier, low fertility soils that are not too acid. B. decipiens is more common in the north and B. macra more common in the south. Native biodiversity. Increases in abundance with over-grazing as it readily colonises bare and disturbed areas. Responsive to increased fertility, but grows well in unfertilised areas. Not very palatable, although quality is moderate if plants are kept short; this is hard to achieve. Quality quickly declines if allowed to become stemmy or when frosted. Yields are in the vicinity of 4-11 tonnes/ha/yr, a high proportion of which is stem. To maintain quality, graze to minimise stem development. Avoid clover dominance in early spring, as Red Grass can thin out dramatically.
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Bothriochloa decipiens habit NC4
Bothriochloa decipiens habit NC4
  • Author: Macleay Grass Man Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-02-16 09:50:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 30°55'35"S - 152°34'0"O
  • Native, warm-season, perennial, tufted grass to 1 m tall. Stem nodes are (virtually) hairless. Flowerheads are subdigitate with 3-4 erect branches that are pressed together and bare at their base for a short distance. Spikelets are paired, with an unstalked awned spikelet and a stalked unawned spikelet. The awned spikelet is hairy and has a single pit; 4.7-5.3 mm long in B decipiens and 5-7 mm long in B. macra. Flowers from late spring to autumn. Mostly found on hillslopes and drier, low fertility soils that are not too acid. B. decipiens is more common in the north and B. macra more common in the south. Native biodiversity. Increases in abundance with over-grazing as it readily colonises bare and disturbed areas. Responsive to increased fertility, but grows well in unfertilised areas. Not very palatable, although quality is moderate if plants are kept short; this is hard to achieve. Quality quickly declines if allowed to become stemmy or when frosted. Yields are in the vicinity of 4-11 tonnes/ha/yr, a high proportion of which is stem. To maintain quality, graze to minimise stem development. Avoid clover dominance in early spring, as Red Grass can thin out dramatically.
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial License - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Bothriochloa decipiens habit NC7
Bothriochloa decipiens habit NC7
  • Author: Macleay Grass Man Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-02-16 09:58:41
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 30°55'17"S - 152°34'26"O
  • Native, warm-season, perennial, tufted grass to 1 m tall. Stem nodes are (virtually) hairless. Flowerheads are subdigitate with 3-4 erect branches that are pressed together and bare at their base for a short distance. Spikelets are paired, with an unstalked awned spikelet and a stalked unawned spikelet. The awned spikelet is hairy and has a single pit; 4.7-5.3 mm long in B decipiens and 5-7 mm long in B. macra. Flowers from late spring to autumn. Mostly found on hillslopes and drier, low fertility soils that are not too acid. B. decipiens is more common in the north and B. macra more common in the south. Native biodiversity. Increases in abundance with over-grazing as it readily colonises bare and disturbed areas. Responsive to increased fertility, but grows well in unfertilised areas. Not very palatable, although quality is moderate if plants are kept short; this is hard to achieve. Quality quickly declines if allowed to become stemmy or when frosted. Yields are in the vicinity of 4-11 tonnes/ha/yr, a high proportion of which is stem. To maintain quality, graze to minimise stem development. Avoid clover dominance in early spring, as Red Grass can thin out dramatically.
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial License - photo in flikr foto flickr
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Bothriochloa decipiens stem1
Bothriochloa decipiens stem1
  • Author: Macleay Grass Man Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2006-04-13 16:52:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 30°55'35"S - 152°34'0"O
  • Stem nodes are (virtually) hairless and stems can be waxy.
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Bothriochloa decipiens spikelet pair NC1
Bothriochloa decipiens spikelet pair NC1
  • Author: Macleay Grass Man Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-08-11 18:22:20
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 30°55'35"S - 152°34'0"O
  • Native, warm-season, perennial, tufted grass to 1 m tall. Stem nodes are (virtually) hairless. Flowerheads are subdigitate with 3-4 erect branches that are pressed together and bare at their base for a short distance. Spikelets are paired, with an unstalked awned spikelet and a stalked unawned spikelet. The awned spikelet is hairy and has a single pit; 4.7-5.3 mm long in B decipiens and 5-7 mm long in B. macra. Flowers from late spring to autumn. Mostly found on hillslopes and drier, low fertility soils that are not too acid. B. decipiens is more common in the north and B. macra more common in the south. Native biodiversity. Increases in abundance with over-grazing as it readily colonises bare and disturbed areas. Responsive to increased fertility, but grows well in unfertilised areas. Not very palatable, although quality is moderate if plants are kept short; this is hard to achieve. Quality quickly declines if allowed to become stemmy or when frosted. Yields are in the vicinity of 4-11 tonnes/ha/yr, a high proportion of which is stem. To maintain quality, graze to minimise stem development. Avoid clover dominance in early spring, as Red Grass can thin out dramatically.
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial License - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Bothriochloa decipiens spikelet NC1
Bothriochloa decipiens spikelet NC1
  • Author: Macleay Grass Man Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-08-11 18:21:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 30°55'35"S - 152°34'0"O
  • Native, warm-season, perennial, tufted grass to 1 m tall. Stem nodes are (virtually) hairless. Flowerheads are subdigitate with 3-4 erect branches that are pressed together and bare at their base for a short distance. Spikelets are paired, with an unstalked awned spikelet and a stalked unawned spikelet. The awned spikelet is hairy and has a single pit; 4.7-5.3 mm long in B decipiens and 5-7 mm long in B. macra. Flowers from late spring to autumn. Mostly found on hillslopes and drier, low fertility soils that are not too acid. B. decipiens is more common in the north and B. macra more common in the south. Native biodiversity. Increases in abundance with over-grazing as it readily colonises bare and disturbed areas. Responsive to increased fertility, but grows well in unfertilised areas. Not very palatable, although quality is moderate if plants are kept short; this is hard to achieve. Quality quickly declines if allowed to become stemmy or when frosted. Yields are in the vicinity of 4-11 tonnes/ha/yr, a high proportion of which is stem. To maintain quality, graze to minimise stem development. Avoid clover dominance in early spring, as Red Grass can thin out dramatically.
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial License - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Bothriochloa decipiens spikelet NC4
Bothriochloa decipiens spikelet NC4
  • Author: Macleay Grass Man Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-08-11 18:21:46
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 30°55'35"S - 152°34'0"O
  • Native, warm-season, perennial, tufted grass to 1 m tall. Stem nodes are (virtually) hairless. Flowerheads are subdigitate with 3-4 erect branches that are pressed together and bare at their base for a short distance. Spikelets are paired, with an unstalked awned spikelet and a stalked unawned spikelet. The awned spikelet is hairy and has a single pit; 4.7-5.3 mm long in B decipiens and 5-7 mm long in B. macra. Flowers from late spring to autumn. Mostly found on hillslopes and drier, low fertility soils that are not too acid. B. decipiens is more common in the north and B. macra more common in the south. Native biodiversity. Increases in abundance with over-grazing as it readily colonises bare and disturbed areas. Responsive to increased fertility, but grows well in unfertilised areas. Not very palatable, although quality is moderate if plants are kept short; this is hard to achieve. Quality quickly declines if allowed to become stemmy or when frosted. Yields are in the vicinity of 4-11 tonnes/ha/yr, a high proportion of which is stem. To maintain quality, graze to minimise stem development. Avoid clover dominance in early spring, as Red Grass can thin out dramatically.
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial License - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Bothriochloa decipiens stem NC2
Bothriochloa decipiens stem NC2
  • Author: Macleay Grass Man Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2006-04-13 16:52:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 30°55'35"S - 152°34'0"O
  • Native, warm-season, perennial, tufted grass to 1 m tall. Stem nodes are (virtually) hairless. Leaf sheaths can be glaucous. Flowerheads are subdigitate with 3-4 erect branches that are pressed together and bare at their base for a short distance. Spikelets are paired, with an unstalked awned spikelet and a stalked unawned spikelet. The awned spikelet is hairy and has a single pit; 4.7-5.3 mm long in B decipiens and 5-7 mm long in B. macra. Flowers from late spring to autumn. Mostly found on hillslopes and drier, low fertility soils that are not too acid. B. decipiens is more common in the north and B. macra more common in the south. Native biodiversity. Increases in abundance with over-grazing as it readily colonises bare and disturbed areas. Responsive to increased fertility, but grows well in unfertilised areas. Not very palatable, although quality is moderate if plants are kept short; this is hard to achieve. Quality quickly declines if allowed to become stemmy or when frosted. Yields are in the vicinity of 4-11 tonnes/ha/yr, a high proportion of which is stem. To maintain quality, graze to minimise stem development. Avoid clover dominance in early spring, as Red Grass can thin out dramatically.
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial License - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Bothriochloa decipiens habit NC6
Bothriochloa decipiens habit NC6
  • Author: Macleay Grass Man Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2012-02-16 09:53:48
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 30°55'35"S - 152°34'0"O
  • Native, warm-season, perennial, tufted grass to 1 m tall. Stem nodes are (virtually) hairless. Flowerheads are subdigitate with 3-4 erect branches that are pressed together and bare at their base for a short distance. Spikelets are paired, with an unstalked awned spikelet and a stalked unawned spikelet. The awned spikelet is hairy and has a single pit; 4.7-5.3 mm long in B decipiens and 5-7 mm long in B. macra. Flowers from late spring to autumn. Mostly found on hillslopes and drier, low fertility soils that are not too acid. B. decipiens is more common in the north and B. macra more common in the south. Native biodiversity. Increases in abundance with over-grazing as it readily colonises bare and disturbed areas. Responsive to increased fertility, but grows well in unfertilised areas. Not very palatable, although quality is moderate if plants are kept short; this is hard to achieve. Quality quickly declines if allowed to become stemmy or when frosted. Yields are in the vicinity of 4-11 tonnes/ha/yr, a high proportion of which is stem. To maintain quality, graze to minimise stem development. Avoid clover dominance in early spring, as Red Grass can thin out dramatically.
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial License - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
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