- one of the three "cool-season"
grown in colder parts of the
United States. It spreads
by rhizomes and results in a "carpet" looking lawn.
Kentucky bluegrass is
commonly combined with
and fescue in
cool-season grass seed mixtures for the home landscape
in temperate regions.
- a guide that leads you through a number of
characteristics of a plant ultimately narrowing down the
choices until the unknown plant's identity is revealed.
- a technique for determining if a specific organism is
causing a disease. It consists of isolating the
suspected pathogen in a pure culture, re-inoculating the
plant with the pathogen, observing the same symptoms as
on the original infected plant and then re-isolating the
pathogen from the second plant.