What type of grass grows in the forest?
rye seed or sod . plant rye, cover lightly with compost or peatmosss, water daily in the morning. the key is water. or just put down sod and water it fequently.
1. The dense tree cover in a forest shades the ground so that grass cannot get enough light to grow. . 2. Large established trees compete very well with small grasses for available nutrients and moisture in the soil. In an open space, grass has the advantage, because it grows quickly when there is… a lot of light available, and grass therefore takes the available nutrients and moisture, making it difficult for trees to establish. . 3. the understorey of plants in the forest also compete with grasses for light and nutrients. (MORE)
Korean grass (Zoysia tenuifolia) is a lovely, hardy compact grass that grows in mounds. It is possible to grow them as flat turf, however will then require regular care to reroll down the sod and mow frequently. Left alone, it is perhaps the most decorative of the three common types of Zoysia found …in the U.S. While it is currently possible to grow from seed, more labor is required and seeds you purchase have to be specially pretreated. There can be a low rate of success with germination. Not impossible to grow from seed, and you might get a better quality plant, but you have to do your research and work the work. You can more easily plant Korean grass from flats you purchase at a good local nursery store. As with other plants, the less dead, yellowing growth in the flat, the better. While you may wish to cover your entire bare area with Korean grass from the beginning, it isn't necessary. Dirt between the clumps will eventually be covered, as the grass grows and spreads out over time. . Prep the dirt as you would any lawn. Till a few inches into the soil, and remove stones, pieces of branch, and roots from any previous plantings. Mulch and sprinkle on fertilizer. Smooth out the soil, sloping slightly away from any buildings for drainage. Water until the soil the is soft and wet, but without much puddling. . Next, look at your landscape, and think about how you want your clumps to be planted. Korean grass looks best with staggered plantings that curve around. Poke holes in the area before planting to get an idea of what design you'd like. . Begin removing the clumps from the flat. You will see that the clumps tend to be elongated in shape, much like breadsticks. Don't be afraid to gently separate them into pieces that would better fit your landscape.. Using fingers, a spoon or spade, dig and set the clumps into the spaces you made previously, about 1-2" depth. Be sure to watch for exposed feeder roots, set them into the soil, and cover. Press the clumps firmly down into the soil for good contact. Lightly rewater the soil and plantings. . For warmer climes, such as Southern California, water three times a day the first week just until the soil is soft, two the second, and then every day or every other thereafter. Like any other lawn, monthly fertilizer sprinkles help! Again, don't overwater so it puddles. . Korean grass is a generally drought tolerant grass. Sometimes Korean grass develops patchy or thin areas over time... this can usually be corrected by shorter watering times and less fertilizing. Bear in mind that it goes dormant in the winter and can get brown for a few months. It will return green in the spring with regular care. . Although it should be ok in full sun, I have seen that it's generally greener in the partial shade areas of my Zone 23 neighborhood near downtown Los Angeles. It is not a recommended grass for colder climes and high traffic areas. . Information compiled from the awesome nursery folks at San Gabriel (the great Mr. Liang) and Sunset Boulevard (thank you Alan!) nurseries, plantanswers.tamu.edu/turf/publications/zoysia.html, turfmerchants.com, and the Sunset Western Garden Book. Google Zoysia tenuifolia for detailed info. . (MORE)
Because Jehovah made it that way. no because its pretty, lovley, and a mane point in nature. so things can eat it
Grasses grow from the groundlevel up. Roots supply nutrients, and leaves supply ability to collect energy, carbon dioxide and water from the environment. Grasses have a tiny stem from which the leaves emerge, and a low growth-point called an apical meristem. This apical meristem or growth point is w…here each individual leaf originates and grows from, and reaches up to the sun. Some grasses emerge as folded leaves like Orchard grass; others are curled up and uncurl as they lengthn, like brome grass does. Because grasses have such a low growth point is the reason why they are able to not be killed when you cut your lawn. Depending on how far the leaves have progressed, some of the older leaves that are cut will die off only to be replaced by newer ones. Other newer leaves that are cut are still young enough to continue to grow. (MORE)
I have a book by Ortho for home gardeners, and it has a section on lawns. So I went to Ortho's website and sure enough I found a page about types of grasses:. http://lawncare.ortho.com/index.cfm/event/Article.detail/documentType/basic/category/%2FCategories%2FLawn+Care+Activities/documentId/2e3bb93…c5bc60033f450acaf07192232. The first link was even better:. http://www.lawncare.com/index.cfm/event/Article.Detail/documentId/0db862e4b23481cda38ce6e86d559a77 (MORE)
Depends on your area and what you're using the grass for: lawn, hay, or pasture? This question cannot be answered without knowing what the grass in question is being used for.
The sun and water gives the grass nutrient so the grass drinks it.Also, soil will also give the grass nutrients.If u dont have any of these materials then the grass wuold automaticlally die.
"Grass" is a generic term used to describe a whole range of plants. Normally these are monocotyledonous, creeper-type plants that use stolons or underground stems to reproduce. "Grasses" are extremely versatile and are found growing in almost every corner of the globe. Examples of grasses include:… Bermuda grass Cynodon grasses Stenotaphrum grasses Zoysia sp. Pennisetum grasses Wheat Rice (MORE)
Sand will not in itself help grass to grow but as an additive to the soil it will help with soil drainage issues if you have a clay or compacted kind of soil. It would be necessary to till the soil in order to add the sand....a daunting job at least. I would recommend that you take a sample of you…r soil to a state university agricultural extension office or a local nursery to have your soil analyzed for its make up and for recommendations as to the best way to augment the soil in order for grass to grow better. (MORE)
After the glaciers receded, the Black Forest region of SouthwestGermany was reportedly dominated by Beech, an aggressive quickgrowing tree, stopped only by the impending mountain elevation. Over time, the local Germanic tribes cleared much of the Beech foruse, then, along with the French, Dutch, and… Norwegians,repopulated the area with other tree species for specific uses(e.g., Spruce for resin production for the ships-trade). In no particular order, the following make up the majority of theBlack Forest tree population. Coniferous (grows cones, typically needles instead ofleaves) : . Common Juniper . European Silver Fir . Douglas Fir . Norway Spruce . Scots Pine Deciduous (drops its leaves in Fall) : . Linden . Beech . Oak . Hazel . Larch . Elm . Lime . Acer . Alder . Other various Broad Leaf The Black Forest was so named because its canopy grew so densesunlight could scarcely penetrate to the forest floor. (MORE)
According to scientists, wildflowers are typically found growing inforests. In addition, flowers such as wild ginger, QueenÃ¢??s cupand spring beauty can also be found.
the fuits that can grow in the rainforest are coconuts ,mangos ,oranges ,dragon fruits ,lemons ,figs
\nIt's "grasses grow" (when talking about multiple kinds of grass) or "grass grows" (when talking about only one kind of grass).
Indian grass will grow in soils from sand to clay. But will grow its best in sand.
In North Carolina, the most common type of grass used is Bermuda. It dies in the winter and turns a dull brownish color, but in the summer, if watered properly and fertilized, it makes a beautiful green landscape. It is also useful in North Carolina because of the frequent droughts, because watering… is not needed in the winter and it requires less water than other popular grasses such as fescue. (MORE)
With the exception Bermuda grDuring the spring and summer months,grass clippings can occupy up to 50 percent of a yard's totalcuttings. Most homeowners quickly realize that their bin orcomposting system can not handle the entire lawn. The followinginformation will help you better understand how to r…ecycle grassclippings. The catchy word that describes the whole new movement to educatehomeowners about composting and recycling their grass clippings isgrasscycling. So, let's start there. GRACULÃ Forget rooted beliefs that grass clippings left on the lawn smotherthe grass underneath or cause straw. Grass clippings are reallygood for the lawn. From now on, do not put your lawn clippings onthe lawn: "grass cycle". The lawn bike is a simple and easy opportunity for every owner todo something good for the environment. Grasscycling is aresponsible environmental practice and an opportunity for allhomeowners to reduce their waste. And the best part is that ittakes less time and energy to bag and drag this grass on thesidewalk. Like the man in the photo on the left, he could even takehis lawn cuts for a bike ride on Sunday; Now, it's the recycling ofgrass taken to the extreme! Grasscycling, in short, is to leave grass clippings on the lawn oruse them as mulch. Grass clippings contain more than 80% water, sothey decompose quickly and naturally release nitrogen and othernutrients into the grass and soil, improving the quality of thegrass. Grass clippings add a mulch that saves water and promotesnatural soil aeration through earthworms. Benefits of grasscycling Without bagging or raking the lawn (Wow!) Plastic lawn bags do not end up in the dump 50% of your lawn's fertilizer needs are met, reducing time andmoney spent on fertilizer Less polluting: reduces the need for fertilizers, pesticides andherbicides This is not straw, making the lawn vigorous and sustainable It makes you feel good and all green! Yahoozy! lawnscape Not only does this help maintain your lawn, but it canalso reduce the cutting time by 50% because you do not have to pickit up later. Leaving clippings on the lawn also reduces the loss ofwater by evaporation and reduces the need for fertilization. To mowthe lawn properly, cut the grass when it is dry and always keep theblades of the lawn trimmer sharp. More tips to maximize the benefits of grass clippings on your lawn: Do not remove more than 1/3 of the blade surface at each cut. Mow when the lawn is dry. Use a sharp blade. A blunt mower blade crushes and pulls off thegrass plant, resulting in an irregular and tarnished appearance atthe end of the blade. Air your lawn In the spring, rent an aerator that removes thecarrots from the lawn. This opens the soil and allows more movementof water, fertilizer and air by increasing the decomposition rateof grass clippings and improving the growth of deep roots. Water carefully if necessary. During the driest period of summer,turf requires at least one inch of water every five to six days. Make sure to follow the correct lawn care program for your lawntype.ass, it will root if given enough moisture in the dirt. (MORE)
The main alpine forest in New Zealand is the beech forest. This is mainly mountain beech ( Nothofagus solandri var. cliffitoides ), but also includes black, red and silver beech ( Nothofagus solandri, fusca, and menziesii). Other alpine trees include mountain cedar (kaikawaka) and mountain to…tara. New Zealand alpine forests are at relatively low altitudes, generally 1200-1500m is the upper limit, and scrub (low bushy plants) or tussock grasses are found at higher altitudes. The low treeline is thought to be a result of the relatively recent geological uplift of the New Zealand mountains and the isolation of New Zealand from other alpine environments, where more specialized high altitude trees have developed. New Zealand forests are evergreen.. (MORE)
Pine trees grow in coniferous forest, usually in northern regions, where the climate is cold and the soil rich enough to sustain them.
The type of forest that grows in Hawaii I a tropical moistbroadleaf forest. Coastal Mesic forest are at elevations from sealevel to 980 feet. Mixed Mesic forests are at elevation of 2460 to4100 feet.
Some parts of the rainforest do have certain types of grass but there is not grass everywhere.
The ashes after the fire would contain a lot of nutrients so thegrass would take the nutrients and grow quickley.
Grass will grow on damp bricks because small particles of soil are embedded in them from the wind. As more tiny particles attach the conditions for supporting plant life increases.
As much as you already have for your lawn. But you should have at least 10 inches of soil depth for good growth.
No, they cannot. Trees have specific niches that they prefer to grow in. Most fruit trees are fairly short and don't reach high heights. Most forests have very tall trees in them, that would tend to overshadow them and cause the fruit trees to die out.
Fire! It gets bigger on grass but in water it shrinks and goes out. That's my theory
No, in order for grass to grow properly, it needs dirt/soil for it's roots to dig into the dirt, if you sprinkle grass seed on cement (putting dirt on the cement first), it may grow but pure ground works the best.
Conifers are acid loving plants. They tend to make the the soil around them very acidic and turf grasses do not grow very well (if at all) in acidic soil.
well... just learned about biomes and i think i can help. i think deciduous trees OF COURSE would go there and :/ hemmer. im a sorry but that is the only one i could think of :( my apologizes XD and i am only in 6th grade sorry
Grass seed is the reproductive method of most grasses, so grass produces seeds which when sown produce new plants.
Mushrooms grow on dead matter - so you could have anything under the ground from a rotting tree root to thick thatch in your lawn. There are no products to control mushrooms. If the mushrooms are growing in a straight line that leads to a tree...well that means the roots are rotting and your favor…ite tree isn't long for this world. If you see a large group of them usually in a circle, that simply means there WAS a tree in that area and there are still some roots underground. If you see tiny ones scattered all over the lawn, then you have very thick thatch. (MORE)
Not really, no. It would only grow as an annual in Colorado, not a perennial. Bermuda is a C4 grass, and you need C3 grasses to grow as perennials in that state.
It grows from seed on the soil that is pushed over the pile of trash in the land fill.
"They" don't grow any type of grass in rainforests. Whichever type grows there, grows naturally.
They are most common in what are called "Northern coniferous forests", but occur very frequently with mixed hardwoods, too.
Because there is a lot of rainfall, and it is quite hilly, which means farmers don't want to grow crops there because they can't get the machines up there so this means there is space for grass to grow. Also it is a lot warmer than other parts or areas of the UK. This is just a simple answer so don…'t just rely on this! (MORE)
Hydration is essential in keeping your lawn healthy and green. Providing ample water will encourage growth and keep grass green and lush. It is best to provide slow, soaking watering rather than fast, hard watering that will only wash away the top soil instead of soaking into the root beds. Use a sp…rinkler that gives a slow, light watering. Lawn fertilizers should be applied on a regular schedule and avoid over-exposure. Too much fertilizer will kill a lawn just as not fertilizing a lawn will keep it from being green and healthy. (MORE)
Growing grass can stop erosion. The roots of the grass makes the soil stay so wind and water cant make it move.
Yes, if the soil under the gravel is nice and moist with minerals and naturally soil food for the grass....unless you put de-weeder or weed killer on the gravel
Yes it is. It's a warm-season grass (or a C4 grass) that is best grown in warmer climates, and is commonly used in the South as a pasture/hay grass for livestock.
Most grass seed companies guarantee that you see grass buds within 2-7 days. And with proper maintenance, your grass can be healthy and green for years.
The septic tank, which may be so full of solids that the tile field has become unable to disburse the waste water.
if i can remember correctly, it takes a few weeks, you plant the seeds(not covering them) and wait. so not very long i guess.
The Savannah forms the transition between the dense forests of the Congo Basin and the scanty vegetation of the Sahara Desert. The small amount of rain in this region is not sufficient for tall trees to grow. Grass grows well here. Short trees are distributed across the Savannah.
They are usually the same type of trees as any other rainforest like the amazon rainforest.
How long grass can grow depends on the type of grass and the environment. Obviously if the grass is growing in a harsh environment, it will have a hard time growing at all, let alone growing long. Some types of grass hug the ground and never stick up very high - prefering to spread out rather than g…row tall. Other grasses are notorious for growing to significant heights. Of the common lawn grasses: . Fescues range from small grasses only 10 cm tall or less with very fine thread-like leaves less than 1 mm wide, to tall grasses up to 2 m tall with large leaves up to 60 cm (2 ft) long and 2 cm (3/4 in.) broad. . Rye grasses are closely related to the fescues and grow to similar heights. . Kentucky bluegrass, if left uncut can grow to a natural height of two to three feet. . Bermuda grass has blades that are 2-15 centimetres (0.79-5.9 in) long and the erect stems can grow 1-30 centimetres (0.39-12 in) tall if left uncut. . Centipede grass grows to be 3-5 inches high without mowing. . St. Augustine usually stays below 6 inches in height even if not mowed. . Zoysia seldom exceeds 3 or 4 inches in height. The prarie grasses that once covered much of the midwest area of the USA grew to amazing heights; indiangrass ( Sorghastrum nutans ), big bluestem ( Andropogon gerardii ), little bluestem ( Schizachyrium scoparium ), and switchgrass ( Panicum virgatum ), average between 1.5 and 2 m (4.9 and 6.6 ft) tall, with occasional stalks as high as 2.5 to 3 m (8.2 to 9.8 ft)! Several key food crops are grasses - such as wheat, rye, oats and corn. All of these grow several feet high if healthy. Of course bamboo is also a "grass". Some of the largest timber bamboo can grow over 30 metres (98 ft) tall. (MORE)
Deschampsia antarctica and Colobanthus quitensis are the only types of grass that is native to antarctica and grows(in a very limited areas!). Normal grass cannot grow in Antarctica.
I am biologist from brazil. In my studies i concered that is several specific common types of grass. There is sweet grass, grassipotimus ( Herbiculous matucilo ) and just common grass ( Grassitopia Potato ) and tall grass where what people have told me wild pikachu's live.
No. There are several reasons for this. . Mars is too cold to support any sort of plant life. . There is no magnetic field to protect against solarradiation. . Most nutrients are absent from the soil.
The Great Barrier Reef is a marine biome, so the only grass that grows there is seagrass, which is not a true grass. There are 15 known species of seagrass in the Great Barrier Reef.