De novo Transcriptome Sequencing of Cold-treated Kentucky Bluegrass (Poa pratensis) and Analysis of the Genes Involved in Cold Tolerance Abstract.
Poa pratensis is a herbaceous perennial plant 30-70 centimetres (12-28 in) tall. The leaves have boat-shaped tips, narrowly linear, up to 20 centimetres (8 in) long and 3-5 millimetres (0.12-0.20 in) broad, smooth or slightly roughened, with a rounded to truncate ligule 1-2 millimetres (0.039-0.079 in) long. The conical panicle is 5-20 centimetres (2-8 in) long, with 3 to 5 branches in the basal whorls; the oval spikelets are 3-6 millimetres (0.12-0.24 in) long with 2 to 5 florets, and are purplish-green or grey. They are in flower from May to July, compared to annual meadowgrass (Poa annua) which is in flower for eight months of the year. Poa pratensis has a fairly prominent mid-vein (center of the blade). The ligule is extremely short and square ended, making a contrast with annual meadowgrass (Poa annua) and rough meadowgrass (Poa trivialis) in which it is silvery and pointed. The Kentucky bluegrass is a dark green/blue compared to the apple-green color of Poa annua and Poa trivialis. The ...
Culms slender to stout, erect from a decumbent (even shortly stoloneous) base, 5-10 dm, without rhizomes, smooth or often scaberulous below the infl; sheaths finely scabrous; blades soft, 2-6 mm wide, the cauline ones often 15 cm; ligule (2.5-)3-7+ mm, panicle soon long-exsert, ovoid or oblong, the ascending branches in sets of 5-8, with numerous crowded spikelets; pedicels scabrous; spikelets ovate or elliptic, 2-fld and 2.7-3.2 mm or 3-fld and 3-4 mm; glumes lanceolate, incurved, the first 1.7-2.9 mm, the second 2-3.3 mm; lemmas thin, narrowly ovate, sharply 5-veined, acute or acuminate, glabrous except the scaberulous keel and webbed base; anthers 1-2 mm; 2n=14, 28. Native of Europe, intr. in meadows, moist woods, and along roadsides from Nf. to Minn. and S.D., s. to N.C. and Ill., and in the Pacific states ...
Culms slender to stout, erect from a decumbent (even shortly stoloneous) base, 5-10 dm, without rhizomes, smooth or often scaberulous below the infl; sheaths finely scabrous; blades soft, 2-6 mm wide, the cauline ones often 15 cm; ligule (2.5-)3-7+ mm, panicle soon long-exsert, ovoid or oblong, the ascending branches in sets of 5-8, with numerous crowded spikelets; pedicels scabrous; spikelets ovate or elliptic, 2-fld and 2.7-3.2 mm or 3-fld and 3-4 mm; glumes lanceolate, incurved, the first 1.7-2.9 mm, the second 2-3.3 mm; lemmas thin, narrowly ovate, sharply 5-veined, acute or acuminate, glabrous except the scaberulous keel and webbed base; anthers 1-2 mm; 2n=14, 28. Native of Europe, intr. in meadows, moist woods, and along roadsides from Nf. to Minn. and S.D., s. to N.C. and Ill., and in the Pacific states ...
IBMA SELECTS ITS OFFICIAL SHOWCASE ARTISTS FOR THE. 2019 BLUEGRASS RAMBLE. #ibma #wob #raleigh. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, APRIL 30 - The International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) announces its 30 Official Showcase Artists for the Bluegrass Ramble, the IBMAs innovative showcase series which will take place at select venues throughout downtown Raleigh, North Carolina September 24-26. The Bluegrass Ramble is one element of the IBMAs 2019 World of Bluegrass, brought to you by Chiesi USA, September 24-28.. The following artists were selected by the IBMA Showcase Selection Committee as Bluegrass Ramble Official Showcase artists:. Aaron Burdett - Saluda, NC, USA. Alex Leach - Jacksboro, TN, USA. Andrew Collins Trio - Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons - Seattle, WA, USA. Blue Canyon Boys - Denver, CO, USA. Blue Summit - Santa Cruz, CA, USA. ClayBank - West Jefferson, NC, USA. Damn Tall Buildings - Brooklyn, NY, USA. Evie Ladin Band - Oakland, CA, USA. George Jackson Band - ...
Annual Bluegrass(Poa Annua) is an annual bluegrass found commonly in the United States. Poa Annua has short green leaves with blunt tips. The leaves are soft and drooping with long sheath clasps on the stems and finely serrated edges. rPoa Annua flower all year around except harsh winters. rPoa Annua is sometimes welcomed on home, commercial and public lawns but it still is treated and cared for as a weed. If not welcome our weed control products listed will help reduce and eliminate Poa Annua.. ...
The blade-like leaves grow from 1/3 to 6 inches in length, and 1 to 3mm in width. Each leaf has a curved tip and a smooth, loose sheath. The ligule is membranous, very short (0.2-1mm). ...
Red Room Audio Traveler Series Bluegrass Fiddle. Red Room Audio journeyed right to the heart of the Bluegrass State for the recording of their Bluegrass Fiddle - Clay City, Kentucky - to the private studio of one of the most renowned names in Bluegrass music. Click here for more information on RRA Bluegrass Fiddle.
Gleason, Henry A. and Arthur Cronquist, 1991. Manual of Vascular Plants of Northeastern United States and Adjacent Canada. The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY, US ...
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For over 60 years, the late great Bill Monroe reigned supreme as both the chief architect of bluegrass music, and its flagship artist. From his first sessions in the 1930s with his brothers Birch and Charlie onwards, Mr. Monroe never deviated from his chosen musical path and it is largely through his musical vision that bluegrass became country musics most popular and enduring sub-genre.. Many of Bluegrass most eminent musicians passed through Mr. Monroes Bluegrass Boys in that 60s years, among them Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Carter and Ralph Stanley. Jimmy Martin and Mac Wiseman (to name just a few). The careers of all those who worked with him benefited greatly from what they learned as a Bluegrass Boy.. Mr Monroe recorded prolifically in the 1950s, the decade which this Jasmine collection draws its repertoire from. Although very few of his records charted, all remained in catalogue for years - a measure of both his and their ongoing popularity.. Every A side and the very best of the B ...
The Czech Bluegrass Residency with Dr. Bidgood and Mr. Ciferský is organized as part of UNCs Bluegrass Initiative to integrate the study and performance of this music into the curriculum and artistic life of UNC. This residency will be a terrific opportunity to hear about their work and their music, and experience their playing live. Bidgood recognizes that a global awareness was one of the things he drew from his own undergraduate education at UNC, and he is eager to provide a new sense of the global dimensions of bluegrass to current students: Gaining a global perspective is an important part of the college education experience, and considering Czech Bluegrass provides us with new insights on the processes, the problems and promise, of globalization. It is also a chance to experience some fascinating music!. ...
Gellibrand)] known to be food plants of Australian aborigines and predicted to store … Bulbine is a compact succulent plant with bright yellow or orange, star-shaped flowers and thin strap-like leaves.The leaves and flowers are edible and can be used for various medicinal purposes.Bulbine is low-maintenance, heat and drought tolerant and can handle frost, making it a great all-round plant.ZA Distribution: Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Northern Cape, Western Cape. Within the perennial group, Bulbine bulbosa s. Overall the paper provides a thorough summary of the compound groups, compounds identified, the toxicity of extracts and compounds as well as pharmacological studies performed to support the traditional uses … corymbosa, Dichopogon strictus and two species from the Asteraceae (Microseris lanceolata, Microseris aff. Warrnambool is Victorias largest coastal City outside Port Phillip Bay and is the fastest growing economy and population centre in the Great South Coast. ...
KARACHI: The Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) remained in a tussle with Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) over the accreditation of its officials ahead of the Tokyo Olympics, documents released by POA on Monday revealed. The POA has issued a 180-page document titled fact-sheet, which contains copies of several communication sessions between the PSB and the association around the time the Tokyo Olympics took place. A thread of communication reveals that the PSB was, allegedly, insisting on having Olympics accreditation for its director-general, treasurer, minister of IPC, and secretary of IPC despite the deadline being passed.. The thread started with POAs letter, signed by its secretary Khalid Mehmood, addressed to PSB that was sent on January 14, 2020, mentioning deadlines of submission of accreditation along with a definition of dignitaries.. The deadlines mentioned in earlier letters became irrelevant after Tokyo Olympics were postponed for a year. The POA then shared an email, sent by PSBs ...
Predators can control population growth of prey species. When big hunters disappear, their prey species may boom in numbers and degrade their habitat. (rewilding, 2007) Biomass Pyramid of the Tropical Rainforest http://stanleybio89.wikispaces.com/ Primary Succession: Primary succession usually begins on bare soil or sand where no plants grew before. When the right amount of sunlight, moisture, and air temperature are present, seeds begin to grow.They continue to grow and eventually form meadows. Over time, and as conditions change, other plants begin to grow, such as shrubs and trees. As primary succession continues, balsa, pine, and palm, begin to thrive. They change the environment by making shade. Now trees with broader leaves, can take root. If conditions are right, a mixed forest of sun-loving and shade-loving trees may continue for many years, which is usually true in a rain forest with its many tree species. (galeschools ...
When an instrumental ensemble showcases four celebrated musical geniuses, one of whom is an international über-star, it can call itself anything it pleases - even something as whimsical as the Goat Rodeo Sessions. Cellist Yo-Yo Ma, double bassist Edgar Meyer, mandolinist Chris Thile and violinist Stuart Duncan play genre-defying original compositions, hybrids of classical music and bluegrass, infused with the experimentation and improvisation of jazz. Widely regarded as the most inventive double bass player of his generation, Meyer was the matchmaker of the quartet when it came together to create its Grammy-winning self-titled 2011 CD. Thile, whose other continuing commitment is front man of the progressive bluegrass quintet Punch Brothers, is, like the others, a super-achiever. Duncan, the fiddle player and anchor of the Nashville Bluegrass Band for nearly three decades, is among the most sought-after instrumentalists in the music business. Stuart just has a very beautiful voice, Meyer says,
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Bill Monroe created bluegrass in the early 1940s out of a combination of several musical elements--country, mountain music, jazz, swing. One friend of mine even maintains that border music influenced Monroe, making the case that he was influenced by Mexican rhythms listening to border stations while working in the Midwest as a young man. Bluegrass was never a traditional music and has been and should be always open to change. Monroe soon made it to the Grand Ole Opry where he had significant success but was always seen as a novelty act. His popularity was soon surpassed by his former sidemen Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs who made bluegrass nationally known by writing the Beverly Hillbillies theme but by doing so also played a role in making bluegrass music seen as backward mountain music that had little place in postwar American society. Some bluegrass musicians embraced the mountain side of bluegrass, most notably the Stanley Brothers. But it was difficult to make money playing bluegrass ...
I cant overstate how important the volunteers have been that have shouldered the burden of responsibilities of running the CBA. They are selfless, hard workers. Folks like Montie Elston, Bill Downs, Don Denison, and so many, many others. And Frank Solivan is so committed to Kids on Bluegrass. Frank Solivan II, Mike Tatar Jr., Joe Ash, Loren and Paul Barton and others - they were raised on the music through CBA. Today, they are all accomplished musicians in their own right. When you see the product of Kids on Bluegrass, I cant tell you how satisfying that is ...
The Weavils are a Seattle based Bluegrass band. Our set includes Bluegrass, Folk, Country, Cajun, and even a few Hawaiian tunes. We do a mix of covers and original music.
I grew up on Long Island, New York (my hometown is called Nesconset), and spent much of high school learning rock and jazz electric guitar, and then spent much of college playing in jam bands and jazz bands. Never focused on performing my own material, though Id been writing music on the side from the time I first started playing. I finally heard bluegrass in my early twenties and got hooked pretty quickly, picking up a mandolin and starting to focus more on acoustic guitar.. After graduating college and kicking around a few years aimlessly in various Ithaca, NY bands (Id gone to Cornell), I decided to follow my girlfriend (now-wife) to South Korea, where we taught English for nearly three years. During that time, I listened to more and more bluegrass and progressive-acoustic music, and wrote a lot more.. In late 2001 we came back from Korea and settled in Austin, Texas, with no specific plans other than for me to get a chance to play some music again. I tried to start an act to perform my ...
With all of the talented musicians performing, there was also incredible collaborations/sit-ins with artists such as Vince Herman of Leftover Salmon and his son, Silas Herman of Gipsy Moon alongside members of Greensky Bluegrass, Fruition, and many more. The big superjam of the weekend, Larry Keels Aiken Allstar Band, or as Vince Herman called it: The Fruitsky Gipsy Salmon Experience-Grass kept the crowd on their toes with heavy hitting unexpected turns. The jam featured Larry and Jenny Keel, Keller Williams, members of Greensky Bluegrass and Fruition, the two Hermans and more. They showed you how much the music is supposed to be about the fun. Keller brought in his rendition of Pumped Up Kicks, but changed the lyrics a bit singing: Better run, better run, faster than my banjo. Right when you thought the superjam was over, they all collectively sang Wake and Bake with a clever play on words for the chorus: Wake and Aiken. These bands came from Oregon, Colorado, and other various ...
Alison Krauss was recently diagnosed with a vocal condition called dysphonia. Alison has been advised to have vocal rest, and therefore will not be performing at Wide Open Bluegrass next weekend. We anticipate a smooth, quick recovery given proper treatment and adequate rest. The epic collaboration performance will continue with the previously announced superstar lineup of Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas, Béla Fleck, Del McCoury, Tony Rice and Mark Schatz. Tickets for Fridays schedule are nearly sold out; it was announced last week that no tickets remain for Saturdays shows at the Red Hat Amphitheater/Raleigh Convention Center. For more information on the IBMA and Wide Open Bluegrass, visit IBMA.org. ...
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Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuus millions of monthly readers. Title: IB: International Bluegrass July 2016, Author: Shannon Turner, Name: IB: International Bluegrass July 2016, Length: 32 pages, Page: 1, Published: 2016-07-01
Bluegrass HISTORY [1] PERFORMANCE [2] GENRE FEATURES [3] BIBLIOGRAPHY [4] Bluegrass is a highly stylized genre of American popular country music, ostensibly created in the late 1930s and early 1940s by the mandolinist Bill Monroe [5] (1911-1996).
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As we pre-record our shows for broadcast these days, the radio show tends to get produced on the Tuesday or Wednesday before the show airs. This means that we are not going to be able to be super-timely in producing these shows, but well get by as best we can. On Friday, April 24th, the Country Music Hall of Famer Harold Reid of the Statler Brothers died from kidney failure. Unfortunately, we couldnt remember Harold during the broadcast on April 26th, but theres no way we could not honor him at least a little bit during the next show to air, which happens to be today -- May 3rd. From the time I was around 5 or 6 years old, I have been a big fan of the Statler Brothers. No, the Statlers never were Bluegrass and really, their music has not been overly-covered by Bluegrass performers over the years...until Dailey & Vincent came around, anyway. Clearly, D&V admire the Statlers as much as (or more than) I do, as they made a whole record honoring the Statlers music. They even got Harold to come ...
Hei Poa Feuchtigkeitscreme ist reich an pflegendem Monoi- und Mango-Butter, für eine zusätzlich Feuchtigkeitsbindung enthält die Creme Noni-Frucht-Extrakt, welches traditionell in Polynesien zur Pflege des Körpers verwendet wurde.Sie hinterlässt einen samtigen Schimmer auf der Haut.
First, a simple example. If I named you as my attorney in fact, the document I sign is the POA. It might be what the law considers a limited POA, the most common type. Maybe Im going to be out of the country and I need you to be my attorney in fact in case I need something done while Im gone. Or maybe I need you to sign a deed on my behalf, and dont want to have to travel just to write my name on the dotted line ...
A financial POA (power of attorney) allows someone to act on your behalf if you are unable to act for yourself. But, a POA is not valid in all situations.
On behalf of the Organizing Committee of Pulse of Asia 2021 (POA 2021), we are pleased to inform you that POA 2021 in conjunction with the Summer Scientific Meeting of the Korean Vascular Research Working Group (KVRWG) will be held at the Conrad Hotel, Seoul, Korea on July 2 and July 3 under the theme of Fighting Vascular Disease in Asia.. Due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19, POA 2021 will be held as a hybrid meeting where Korean participants will attend the POA 2021 in person on-site while overseas participants will join the meeting online and participate in the discussion in real time.. Please click here to read the POA 2021 E-newsletter. ...
Delicate herbs 5-15 cm at anthesis, taller at maturity; lvs broadly ovate in outline, 10-20 cm at maturity, much smaller at anthesis, their segments linear or spatulate; primary rays 1-2 cm; pet 3-4 mm; fr 5 mm wide, usually exceeded by the persistent bractlets. Rich woods; N.Y. to s. Mich., s. to D.C., Ala., and Ark. Mar., Apr ...
Poa fendleriana, a monocot, is a perennial grass that is native to California and is also found elsewhere in North America and beyond. ...
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Canada bluegrass is a cool season perennial that only grows to be about 2 feet tall. It is a bunchy sod former that is able to grow in harsh sites, including shallow and infertile soils. Good palatability to livestock and wildlife. Useful for land reclama
Keep your E-Mist CBD Vaporizer fully loaded with Bluegrass Naturals E-Mist Refills. The amazing healing properties of the proprietary terpenoid blend combined with the powerful CBD rich hemp oil help find relief from many of the stress-inducing and anxiety driven days in todays busy society.. Extreme pride is taken in this CBD Vape oil, and they stand up to even the most stubborn of ailments.. You will find that the EMist Vape oils are some of the most concentrated on the market today. Each refill bottle contains 1 ml of fluid, and contains a whopping 50mg of CBD per cartridge. Thats a 5% solution! Most Miracle vape oils currently available are 1% OR LESS!. Each package contains one bottle of our unique blend of e-liquid in your choice of Blueberry or Fruit Punch. Each bottle contains 1 gram of terpene-infused +CBD vape oil.. ...
Pennsylvanias Mason Porter is a perfect example of a successful 21st century bluegrass-folk-rock band, a close-knit group of buds hitting traditional folk-bluegrass buttons while also tossing in a hit of country rock energy and power for good measure. Steve Houk, Mid-life Rocker. Its that positive energy that connects them with their audience every time. They play a style of American music that is unique in many ways; traveling in the borderlands of folk-rock, bluegrass and pop. They have the ability to combine the earthy, Appalachian instruments with a more edgy urban appeal. With a danceable vibe, an energetic live show and fresh approach to improvisation, Mason Porter and its growing community finds itself at home everywhere they go.. Mason Porters 2015 release Key to the Skyway is their best effort yet. …a leap forward in both confidence and sound for the band. Says Mike Mannon of No Depression. A soundtrack for the days where you blow off work, turn up the radio and just head out on ...
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This Bluegrass Music/Fish Fry Fundraiser helps the Clermont Lions Club start the year off fun, raising money to help our community, in many ways such as putting on fun things for kids to do, during the year and purchase items to help around the community.
I think weve all grown a lot as people and as musicians since that first record. We recorded most of Deep waters in January of 2015. Weve toured a lot since then. Personally, I feel there was a lot I learned about whats important as a musician by playing shows so regularly. We tend to expect a lot of ourselves technically and musically with our shows, and figuring out what was needed to maintain that night after night has been very educational, and I think that sense of confidence and intention comes out in the new record. We also have wider ears than the last time we wrote and arranged material for a record. We listen to a lot of music as a band on the road and most of it Isnt bluegrass. We listen to just about every genre, but I feel what probably resonates the most with the band as a whole is song based music, with good production. Andy Schauff, Tom Petty, Ray Price, Stevie Wonder, Willie Nelson, Peter Gabriel, Joni Mitchell, Paul Simon, Hot Rize are all artists whove gotten a lot of air ...
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Bluegrass Horse Feeds is proud to be BETA NOPS approved for all of its products. To be BETA NOPS assured means that we evaluate sources, storage, all transport which comes into our mill in Eglish, Co Tyrone, as well as the actual processing procedure. Suppliers of raw materials are also audited on a regular basis
On April 14, the Chicago area band Bourbon Aristocracy played bluegrass at a venue typically reserved for quiet - the Barrington Area Library.
The seedling were treated with different temperature(10℃、5℃、0℃) and time(1d、3d、5d) to study effects of low temperature stress on physiological process of Poa pratensis L,K.thoroldiana,Elymus nutans.The results indicated that,with the temperature declining and stress time prolonging,the content of chlorophyll declined,the electrolyte leakage and Soluble sugar content in Poa pratensis L.K.thoroldiana,and Elymus nutans increased.Under 0℃ for 5 days,the content of chlorophyll of Elymus mutans declined significantly by 48.5% of chlorophlla and 55.1% of chlorophyll b. The increasing scope of the electrolyte leakage of Elymus nutans was most, about 157.4%,but of Poa pratensis L.was least,about 71.9%;Soluble sugar content of Poa pratensis was dramatically increased.So the Poa pra-tensis L.was suited to low-temperature and had higher ability of resisting cold,the order of chilling resistance for those kinds grasses was Poa pratensis L.,Kengyilia throldiana and Elymus nutans.
Desensitization with Allergen Specific Dilutions Desensitization is accomplished by sublingual administration of homeopathic antigens. Not only is desensitization achieved but, in addition, there is the homeopathic principle of Like Cures Like-resulting in better control of symptoms. Drainage of the Antigenic Residue Hydrastis, Baptisia, Phytolacca, Nasturtium, Trigonella and Commiphora are drainage remedies (3x) added to enhance the homeopathiceffect. Ingredients: ZONE 5 - Updated GRASSES BERMUDA GRASS (Cynodon dactylon) BLUEGRASS, ANNUAL (Poa annua) BLUEGRASS, CANADIAN (Poa compressa) BLUEGRASS, KENTUCKY (Poa pratensis) BROME, HUNGARIAN (Bromus inermis) CANARY GRASS, REED (Phalaris arundinacea) CHEAT GRASS (Bromus secalinus) CORN (Zea mays) FESCUE, MEADOW (Festuca elatior) JOHNSON GRASS (Sorghum halepense) JUNE GRASS (Poa pratensis) OAT GRASS, TALL (Arrhenatherum elatius
Cultural Control: Selection of resistant turfgrass cultivars is a cultural practice for long-term control. There are some endophytic fungi associated with some turfgrass cultivars that provide resistance to Sphenophorus parvulus attack (Richmond et al. 2000). Fescues and perennial ryegrasses are highly resistant to this insect pest (Brandenburg and Freeman 2012). The level of susceptibility for Sphenophorus parvulus differs among Kentucky bluegrass cultivars. According to Ahmad and Funk (1982), Kenblue, F1757, F353, and Princenton 104 are cultivars that have shown low damage and low number of larvae per area. In addition, Reveille is a hybrid between Texas bluegrass (Poa arachnifera Torr) and Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis L.); it is less preferred by Sphenophorus parvulus and has higher tolerance to this pest(Reinert et al. 2006). Populations of other billbugs such as Sphenophorus venatus vestitus can be reduced by using less susceptible cultivars and endophytic turfgrasses in warm regions ...
Primary succession of lichen and bryophyte communities following glacial recession on Signy Island, South Orkney Islands, Maritime Antarctic - Volume 24 Issue 4 - Sergio E. Favero-Longo, M. Roger Worland, Peter Convey, Ronald I. Lewis Smith, Rosanna Piervittori, Mauro Guglielmin, Nicoletta Cannone
May is the Go! month for lawns. As the soil warms, top growth accelerates and roots grow quickly. That goes for weed grasses too, like annual bluegrass (poa), velvetgrass, bentgrass and quackgrass. First up is Poa…. From MSU on Poa species;. Annual bluegrass is unique among weeds. There is probably no other weed that is so widely adapted to variations in mowing height, site conditions and cultural practices.. Annual bluegrass is the most common and widely distributed grassy weed in the world. It is mentioned as a weed in nearly every plant commodity.. Turfgrass management professionals, including golf course superintendents, sports field managers, sod producers, and lawn care operators, have spent years trying to eradicate annual bluegrass from their turf swards. Annual bluegrass (Poa) is one of the most invasive weeds in turf grass stands. It is also one of the most difficult to control.. Efforts to find chemical controls for Poa have been thwarted by its diverse genetic make-up. Poa is ...
Ecology. The information presented here relates to the true type of Sandberg bluegrass, Poa secunda . palustris Vernacular names . Source: The USDA. Potential pollinator mix grasses, sedges & rushes. ... USDA, ARS, National Genetic Resources Program. Note â mixes are not restricted to these species. Poa palustris Fowl Bluegrass 2,080,000 W, M Bunch P-CS Schizachyrium scoparium* Little Bluestem 240,000 M, D Bunch P-WS Sorghastrum nutans* Indiangrass 192,000 W, M, D Bunch P-WS Sporobolus species Dropseeds 5,600,000 D Bunch P-WS Table 1. An illustrated flora of the northern United States, Canada and the British Possessions. ; Wasser, C.H. Sandberg bluegrass is the most common bluegrass in the Intermountain West. Adaptation or Range . From Wikispecies. Colorado Plant Materials Techical Note No. Synonomy Cross Reference Arizona fescueFestuca arizonica Festuca arizonica tall fescueLolium arundinaceum Festuca arundinacea Idaho fescue Festuca idahoensis Festuca idahoensis sheep fescueFestuca ovina ...
Nashville, TN -- Bluegrass Underground, the international concert destination and 13-time EMMY award-winning PBS music series, has found a permanent home in The Caverns, located within the base of Monteagle Mountain in Tennessees beautiful Cumberland Plateau. The announcement was made today by Bluegrass Underground Creator and Executive Producer, Todd Mayo. The new venue, The Caverns, boasts singular natural acoustics and will accommodate many more subterranean music lovers in response to increasing demand for tickets to Bluegrass Underground and for other live music concerts across expanding genres.. This is a dream come true to find a cave system that expands and improves the live and televised musical experiences of underground performances we have been curating since 2008, Mayo said. Our new home at The Caverns will enable us to add infrastructure with permanent power, professional audio and lighting with enhanced food and beverage concessions that have never before been possible, ...
Banjo player Warren Hellman may have thought he tucked away on the schedule the performance by his bluegrass group the Wronglers early Sunday morning with the dew still on the grass at the Porch Stage of the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival in Golden Gate Park, but several hundred supporters - fans might be a little strong - showed up to cheer on the festivals benefactor. From the opening Friday afternoon performance by Nashville guitarist Buddy Miller to the traditional finale by Emmylou Harris late Sunday afternoon 52 hours later - after 72 acts appeared on the five stages, after most of the festival artists stayed up all night Saturday playing music at a private cast party, after dozens of festival artists made appearances at other festival artists shows - Hardly Strictly Bluegrass No. 7 goes down in the books as another miraculous weekend, a gift from country musics most beloved amateur banjo player to the city where he lives. Police told Slims and Great American Music Hall general manager
Headline Bluegrass Band, from the Phoenix, Arizona area made their Telluride debut last Tuesday, playing at Steamboat Camps Tropical Tuesday bash in Town Parks preserve area. No microphone, no amplifiers. A predominately young crowd pressed forward, as only about the first six or so layers of folks could hear, and enjoyed a tight, well-delivered set from the four members.. In Town Park a good band often draws a jam, so by the time the final White Freightliner Blues was played the band had swelled to eight, joined by Oakhurst fiddler Chuck Hugenberg, camp regular Barefoot Kenny on mandolin plus another guitar and banjo player.. I first encountered Headline Bluegrass Band in the wilds of western New Mexico in May of this year when we had the good fortune to camp next to them at a private party. They picked and sang next to us during breakfast, at times during the day and also at dinner time, what a treat. I found out then that they planned to attend the 36th annual Telluride Bluegrass ...
Some of the Greatest Bluegrass music you can see and hear at one of the largest family musical events in New England! The Blistered Fingers Bluegrass Festivals has something for all ages and it takes place twice every year bringing thousands of Music lovers from all over the World to hear banjos, fiddles, and those high, lonesome harmonies which features many National and Local bands from all over the world. Music happens every June and August. The First Blistered Fingers Festival was established in June of 1991 and 5 years later the decision was made to start the August festival. There are accommodations for Buses, RVs, Campers, Tents, Day Attendees and 4 days of entertainment. Come early, relax and enjoy!. Dont just hear about them, experience them! ...
Nashville, TN -- The SteelDrivers innovative, soulful brand of bluegrass has made them one of the most successful bands on the contemporary bluegrass scene. The band, which has earned three Grammy nominations and garnered tremendous critical acclaim, has announced their fourth album for Rounder, The Muscle Shoals Recordings, which will be released on June 16, 2015.. Rolling Stone Country is offering an exclusive premiere of Brother John, which features slide guitar by Jason Isbell, who also co-produced the track. Listen to it here: http://rol.st/1bp4HxN. The album is largely inspired by Muscle Shoals, an area of confluence and consequence, of intermingling, experimentation, and exultation, and a legendary music mecca. Its also the hometown of the SteelDrivers lead vocalist and guitarist Gary Nichols, whose bandmates - fiddler and vocalist Tammy Rogers, banjoist Richard Bailey, mandolinist Brent Truitt, and bassist and singer Mike Fleming - made the two-and-a-half hour trek from Nashville to ...
Effective January 1, 2011, Bluegrass Family Health, Inc. will no longer issue or renew any fully insured group health insurance coverage in the state of Tennessee. All Bluegrass Family Health, Inc. fully insured health benefit plans in effect on December 31, 2010 will terminate as of that date. Sadly,...
Originally established in 1775 the town of Lexington, Kentucky grew quickly into a national cultural center amongst the rolling green hills of the Bluegrass Region. Nicknamed the Athens of the West, Lexington and the surrounding area became a leader in higher education, visual arts, architecture, and music, and the center of the horse breeding and racing industries. The national impact of the Bluegrass was further confirmed by prominent Kentucky figures such as Henry Clay and John C. Breckinridge. The Idea of the Athens of the West: Central Kentucky in American Culture, 1792-1852, chronicles Lexingtons development as one of the most important educational and cultural centers in America during the first half of the nineteenth century. Editors Daniel Rowland and James C. Klotter gather leading scholars to examine the successes and failures of Central Kentuckians from statehood to the death of Henry Clay, in an investigation of the areas cultural and economic development and national influence. ...
By Art Menius, August 31, 2014Barnum-like music promoter and artist manager Carlton Haney produced the first three-day bluegrass music festival with camping on Labor Day weekend 1965 on Cantrells Horse Farm near Fincastle, Virginia. Haney combined his and Bill Cliftons idea of a big show with all the top bluegrass artists with the concept taken from…
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Annual bluegrass (Poa annua L.) is an invasive weed producing copious amounts of viable seed that compete with seedling turfgrasses during renovation. These field studies were conducted to determine the effectiveness of dazomet (tetrahydro-3,5-dimethyl-2H-1,3,5-thiadiazine-2-thione), a granular soil sterilant that breaks down in soil to release methyl isothiocyanate (MITC), for controlling the soil seed bank of annual bluegrass during turfgrass renovation. Field trials in Urbana, Ill., and West Lafayette, Ind., in Spring and Fall 2000 and 2001 evaluated dazomet rate from 0 to 504 kg·ha-1 and soil preparation techniques to determine the most effective practices to reduce annual bluegrass reestablishment into a creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera L.) seeding. The interval, in days, between dazomet application and creeping bentgrass planting was also examined to determine the optimal seeding time as measured by the level of annual bluegrass reestablishment. Spring trials generally gave poor ...
Poa cuspidata, early bluegrass. NameThatPlant.net currently features 3745 plants and 23,049 images. For many plants, the website displays maps showing physiographic provinces within the Carolinas and Georgia where the plant has been documented.
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Annual bluegrass is one of the five most widely distributed plants in the world. Annual bluegrass is more prolific and competitive under an ecological regime of close mowing, light frequent irrigation, high fertility, and moist soils. It is a winter annual that germinates in late summer/early fall, once soil temperatures have dropped below 70 degrees F. Seedlings mature in the fall, overwinter in the vegetative state, and produce seed in late spring and early summer. Some germination of annual bluegrass seed also occurs in the spring. The seed may lie dormant in the soil for many years before germinating, resulting in a significant build-up of indigenous seed overtime. It tends to be more prolific during wet seasons. Annual bluegrass often dies in the heat of the summer due to heat and drought stress, disease, and/or insect ...
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This entomological illustration of an annual bluegrass weevil, Listronotus maculicollis (Dietz), was created by entomological illustrator Alison Schroeer of Schroeer Scientific Illustration. Biological artist Schroeer creates artwork of insects, spiders, and other natural history subjects.
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Earlier today I read an article examining the experiences of several former Kentucky State University students and employees, Brown wrote. I was immediately struck by how far our campus community has come over the last four years and equally weighted by the need to redouble our efforts toward creating a healthy, strong, and sustainable campus community. Every student, professor, staff member, and visitor to our campus deserves the right to learn, work, and live in an environment free of intimidation, offense, or fear.. Brown also said that a campus climate and culture assessment survey was forthcoming, and that prior to the articles publication the university had engaged a company to assist in developing best-practices for creating a climate of compliance and support for individuals who unfortunately experience harassment, hostility and/or retaliation.. ...
The band was formed in 1998 by Barry Abernathy, Steve Gulley, Adam Steffey, and Jim VanCleve. Johnny Dowdle was brought on early as the original bassist. For a short period, Adam Steffey left the band to play with the bluegrass/gospel group The Isaacs. During that period, Steffey was replaced by mandolinist, Alan Perdue. Early in 2000, Dowdle left the group and was replaced by Jason Moore, the former bassist for the James King Band. In 2001, Steffey returned to the group, and Mountain Heart added virtuoso guitarist, Clay Jones,[11] in 2003. Touring in Canada, Mountain Heart performed in Scarborough, Ontario as part of the Bluegrass Sundays Winter Concert Series in 2000 and again in 2001.[12][13] In 2005 they took part in the Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival.[14] Later, in 2007, the band visited Canada again when they entertained at the Tottenham Bluegrass Festival in Ontario.[15] The band released their first, eponymous project in 1999, on the now defunct, Doobie Shea Records,[16] following it ...
By Crista Munro. Special to The PREVIEW. In less than six weeks the gates will be opening on the annual Four Corners Folk Festival here in Pagosa Springs. The all-star lineup continues with this weeks profile of double duets: Jim Hurst and Missy Raines, and Zubot and Dawson.. Guitarist Jim Hurst and bassist Missy Raines are two of todays most creative and compelling performers in acoustic music. Their unique sound is both sensitive and powerful. Together, they draw on their varied musical experiences to create a diverse blend of original, new acoustic, bluegrass, swing and country blues.. Missy Raines was voted Bass Player of the Year by the International Bluegrass Music Association for 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001. She was also named the 1999 Bass Fiddle Player of the Year by the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America and Bluegrass Now magazine readers voted Missy the 1999 Fans Choice Bass Player. Missys solo recording My Place in the Sun was named one of the top five ...
F. Warren Hellman, Beloved Father, Husband, Brother; Private Equity Pioneer; Founder of San Franciscos Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival (1934-2011)
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The center had closed last month as the number of coronavirus cases continued to climb. The facility said it was an effort to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19 to guests and staff. Officials said the move was precautionary to ensure a safe and educational experience for all visitors.. Tickets can be purchased at the door or online beginning on Tuesday. People over age 5 must wear a face mask inside the visitors center, regardless of vaccination status, officials said.. ...
The Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival is happening there again so you best be showing the love. They served me the best corn chowder I ever had. Besides some good sandwiches.. ...
Biomass burning (BB) is a large source of primary and secondary organic aerosols (POA and SOA). This study addresses the physical and chemical evolution of BB organic aerosols. Firstly, the evolution and lifetime of BB POA and SOA signatures observed with the Aerodyne Aerosol Mass Spectrometer are investigated, focusing on measurements at high-latitudes acquired during the 2008 NASA ARCTAS mission, in comparison to data from other field studies and from laboratory aging experiments. The parameter f60 , the ratio of the integrated signal at m/z 60 to the total signal in the organic component mass spectrum, is used as a marker to study the rate of oxidation and fate of the BB POA. A background level of f60 ∼0.3 % ± 0.06 % for SOAdominated ambient OA is shown to be an appropriate background level for this tracer. Using also f44 as a tracer for SOA and aged POA and a surrogate of organic O:C, a novel graphical method is presented to characterise the aging of BB plumes. Similar trends of decreasing f60
As you well know, the voting for the POA Board starts Nov 3. Due to the importance of these elections and their potential impact on the future of our community in general and golf in particular, we reached out to the candidates to find their positions on various issues especially those related to golf. ...
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Expression of progesterone receptor, estrogen receptors α and β, and kisspeptin in the hypothalamus during perinatal development of gonad-lacking steroidogenic factor-1 knockout mice[5] Gonadal hormones contribute to brain sexual differentiation. We analyzed expression of progesterone receptor (PR), estrogen receptor-α (ERα), ERβ, and kisspeptin, in the preoptic area (POA) and/or the arcuate nucleus (ARC), in gonad-lacking steroidogenic factor-1 knockout (KO) mice during perinatal development. At postnatal-day (P) 0-P7, POA PR levels were higher in wild-type (WT) males compared with WT females, while those in KO males were lower than in WT males and similar to those in WT and KO females. At P14-P21, PR levels in all groups increased similarly. POA ERα levels were similar in all groups at embryonic-day (E) E15.5-P14. Those in WT but not KO males reduced during postnatal development to be significantly lower compared with females at P21. POA ERβ levels were higher in WT males than in WT ...
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Tiny cotton-ball clouds materialized, an indication that warmer air was starting to bubble up from the valley and condense in the cooler temperatures at our elevation. Suddenly, a northern harrier hawk appeared, its wings extended and circling upward-unmistakable proof that a powerful thermal was brewing. The hawk was Thompsons cue: He yanked the glider lines to hoist his blue-and-black wing aloft and then sprinted down a steep incline. Within 30 yards, he was airborne. At first he plunged rapidly, vanishing from view. But soon he reappeared in the exact spot where the hawk had been soaring. Seconds later, he was directly overhead and ascending fast. Lying on my back in the alpine grass, I watched him climb until he was a pinhole speck sailing between the clouds.. Once I got back to my car and into cell range, I followed him on my app. Altitude: 13,734 feet, airspeed 40 mph-fast for a paraglider. Ten minutes later he was at 16,766 feet. There was only one problem: He was going the wrong way. ...
Phase Four Vocabulary Definitions:. Flower - Where the seed develops. Flowers have bright colors or a special scent to attract insects.. Sepals - The outer green parts of the base of the flower that look like leaves. They protect the flower bud before it opens. Inside the sepals are colored petals.. Petals - Colorful parts that surround the center of the flower.. Pistil - The female seed-producing part of a flower. It appears as a single stalk in the center of the flower.. Stamens - Stalks around the pistil, the male organ inside the petals. Stamens are the part of the flower that produces pollen.. Pollen - Fine yellowish dust made by stamens inside a flower that contains the male sperm cells.. Ovary - The pouch at the bottom of the pistil where seeds form. Ovaries are the female part of the flower, which produces eggs that are needed for making seeds. Fruits - Produced in the ovaries of flowers.. Insects - Carry pollen from flower to flower (especially bees).. Nectar - The sweet substance that ...
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Important biological interactions in volcano fields are quite like many other ecosystem; the microbes and fungi allow plants to utilize nutrients that would be otherwise inaccessible. A major difference in succession and early interactions in a volcano field could come from the extremely high intensity of disturbances. Lava and ash eruptions can cause catastrophic damage to an ecosystem, often forcing succession to restart. Once microbes change the soils, a process involved in Pedogeosis to support plant life, plants will be able to grow and reproduce, which allows the primary succession plants to immigrate to the newly formed soils. When plants establish, their roots can break up the volcanic deposits, allowing more gas-exchange and atmospheric interactions to shape the composition and structure of the soils. When more air is present in the volcanic soils, more microbial activity can take place due to the increased gas exchange capabilities. When plant life has established itself in an area, ...
Knoblochová T., Kohout P., Püschel D., Doubková P., Frouz J., Cajthaml T., Kukla J., Vosátka M. & Rydlová J. 2017: Asymmetric response of root-associated fungal communities of an arbuscular mycorrhizal grass and an ectomycorrhizal tree to their coexistence in primary succession. Mycorrhiza 27, 775 - ...