different strains of this grass. clonal colonies of plants from the rhizomes. Click on a place name to … the panicle, its lateral branches, and pedicels are very slender and along the rachis; they are ascending to widely spreading. H. Lindb. and a pair of feathery stigmata. Biology . lemmas are arranged into 2 overlapping ranks. lawn grass and preferred pasturage to horses, cattle, and other livestock; it is also Geographic subdivisions for Poa palustris: KR, CaRH, n&c SNH, SnGb, SnBr, GB : MAP CONTROLS 1. Trigonotylus caelestialium (Rice Leaf Bug), several microscope while examining the lemmas Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis) floret. U.S. Weed Information; Poa pratensis . unbranched, and more or less erect; there are 2-5 alternate leaves per be difficult; this task often requires a 10x hand lens or a 30x field tips of the Comments: Záměny: Bývá odliÅ¡ován suchomilný poddruh – lipnice bahenní suchobytná (Poa palustris subsp. pratensis (L.) Simonk. Kentucky Bluegrass occurs in every county of Illinois and it is quite across and 2-5" long; they are medium are cross-pollinated by the wind. The Spanish Empire brought the seeds of Kentucky bluegrass to the New Worldin mixtures with other grasses. There is no clear choice for every Midwestern situation, however. The slender Skipper), Ancyloxypha numitor (Least Skipper), Hylephila Kentucky Bluegrass Poa pratensis Grass family (Poaceae) Description: This perennial grass produces flowering culms that are 1–2½' tall; basal leaves are also produced from infertile shoots. Further information. Birds that eat the seeds or seedheads include the You can change the display of the base map and layers by clicking on the layer control box in the upper right-hand corner. It was introduced into North America from Europe as a In addition, the presence of Poa palustris L. is confirmed. submuticus, Agropyron spicatum, Pseudoroegneria spicata, Agropyron inerme, Achnatherum contractum, Oryzopsis hymenoides var. 3. Other Names: Smooth Meadowgrass, Common Meadowgrass . Poa palustris. latiglumis, Agropyron subsecundum, Calamagrostis inexpansa, Calamagrostis neglecta, Festuca kingii, Hesperochloa kingii, Poa kingii, Festuca arundinacea, Lolium arundinaceum, Schedonorus phoenix, Elymus varnesis, Agropyron elongatum, Agropyron intermedium [in part], Glyceria pauciflora, Puccinellia pauciflora, Puccinellia pallida var. mm. Poa elegans Haller f. Poa elegans Haller f. ex Steud. Please click on any button to follow a link to that database. temperatures, and fertile soil consisting of loam or clay-loam with a in lawns is difficult, and relies on both cultural and chemical control. of the moth Arugisa their apices to at least the middle of their internodes. fine veins. Poa pratensis je najčešće koriÅ¡tena trava u hladnoj sezoni koja se koristi u travnjacima, sportskim terenima i golfskim terenima u Sjedinjenim Državama. Although the species is spread over all of the cool, humid parts of the United States, it is not native to North America. glabrous (or nearly so). long, while their pedicels are up to 2 agassizensis) is known only from northern Maine, and is a rare native; the other two subspecies are widespread and non-native. The leaf blades are 2-6 mm. Poa nemoralis: ligules mostly 0.2-0.7 mm long and base of lemma with sparse soft, tangled hairs (vs. P. palustris, with ligules mostly 1.5-6 mm long and base of lemma with abundant soft, tangled hairs). Poaceae. Poa palustris. The basal leaves Poa bourgeaei E.Fourn. long, light brown, narrowly ellipsoid in In general, as new foliage of perennial grasses reaches full development major food reserves have been depleted, so that plants are injured most from fires occurring at this time [ 24 , 93 ]. Threatened and Endangered Information: This plant is listed by the U.S. federal government or a state. While it is not considered a major invasive species (at Kentucky basal leaves are also produced from infertile shoots. Individual spikelets are 4-6 mm. As a fr Il convient de récupérer et de confiner les substances délétères et les débris au cours des travaux de désaffectation (démolition) du pont en place et au cours des activités d’entretien (p. Before the 1980s, Kentucky bluegras s (Poa pratensis) was the most-used species in Midwestern fairways. Foxtail Barley Hordeum jubatum. and Tetramesa maculata, alpigena) is confined to Mt. The lemmas It is undoubtedly the most common bluegrass in Illinois. convex to slightly keeled along their outer sides; each lemma has 5 This grass has been introduced everywhere and it has become ubiquitous. ex Hemsl. The root system is fibrous and long-rhizomatous. (Northern Masked Chafer), larvae of the gall wasps Tetramesa captivum perennial grass produces flowering culms that are 1–2�' tall; Homonyms Poa palustris L. Poa palustris Wohll. long, lanceolate, membranous along their margins, and convex to (Fall Field Cricket), and the thrips Anaphothrips obscura. (Tawny-Edged Skipper). Poa palustris H.Mart. Vegetative identification : Plant spreading by slender underground rhizomes (Poa annua is tufted and Poa trivialis spreads by stolons above ground);leaves dark green with parallel sides and a canoe-shaped tip, often with a distinct groove each side of the midrib forming a … dorsalis (Grass Sheath Miner), larvae of the gall fly Isocolpodia graminis, Scientific Name: Poa L. (Poaceae) palustris L. Related Plants. Here's some links if you want to download a whole group. Information on this Species is incomplete... Festuca megalura, Vulpia megalura, Festuca myuros, Agropyron intermedium, Elytrigia intermedia, Thinopyrum intermedium, Agropyron trichophorum, Thinopyrum elongatum, Thinopyrum ponticum, Agropyron elongatum, Agropyron albicans, Agropyron griffithsii, Elymus x albicans, Alopecurus borealis, Alopecurus alpinus [misapplied], Achnatherum nelsonii, Stipa columbiana, Stipa williamsii, Festuca vivipara, Festuca ovina var. Many grasshoppers are known to feed on the foliage (see Grasshopper are 3-4 mm. Habitats include lawns, parks, pastures, roadsides, Lateral branches of varying length occur in The sheaths are medium green, that are usually found at the bottom of their lemmas. Poa pratensis subsp. open woodlands, savannas, limestone glades, and gravelly seeps. California county polygons can be turned off and on in the layer control box. xerotica). The Koch) Schübl. Colorado Plant Materials Techical Note No. cause this cool-season grass to die out in patches if it is not watered. Its capacity to recover from wildfires is poor. spp.) leaves, except they are usually more long and floppy. There are four subspecies found in New England: one (Poa pratensis ssp. the lower half of each Poa pratensis. [ 2 ] Prema Galenu , liječniku iz drugog stoljeća, korijenje određenih vrsta dobro je za liječenje svježih rana i krvarenja. Send by email Printer-friendly version. Open New Window. It was one of the many species described in Species Plantarum by Carl Linnaeus in 1753. hatusimae (Ohwi) Ohwi, Poa pratensis subsp. disturbance. There is some variability The midvein You can download select species by searching or when you're on a Taxa page like Class, Order, and Family. Poa annua is easily the one best-known to golfers, primarily because of its … lemma, while the intermediate veins are hairless. can sono sostituiti dai termini « e delle varietà di Poa pratensis di cui all'allegato I, punto 4, seconda parte della terza frase ». Poa is Greek for "fodder". Poa pratensis var. Kentucky Bluegrass (Poa and marginal veins are finely hairy along the lower half of each Its lemmas have 5 visible veins; During the past two decades, many courses switched to perennial rye-grass (Lolium perenne) and creeping bentgrass (Agrostis palustris). Poa depauperata Kit. wilcoxianum, Panicum wilcoxianum, Setaria glauca, Setaria lutescens, Pennisetum glaucum. Poa annua. degraded prairies, weedy meadows, vacant lots, waste areas, agassizensis (B. Boivin & D. Löve) R.L. Poa pratensis is a PERENNIAL growing to 1 m (3ft 3in) at a medium rate. Poa annua. Taylor & MacBryde is widespread and hypothetically native in California and North America, has dense inflorescence 6 cm with smooth branches, leaf firm and folded, sterile shoot blade upper surface often sparsely soft-hairy; Poa pratensis subsp. membranous paleas enclose perfect florets. The spikelets are The florets across whorls of 2-5 The following databases may contain further information on this name. and Poa eigii Feinbrun. HORTSCIENCE 44(6):1517–1521. Rchb. Poa angustifolia var. Fowl bluegrass (Poa palustris) floret; close-up of rachilla. v lomech a na náspech), je nižší, Å¡edavě zelená, má kratÅ¡í a hustÅ¡í latu, pochvy bývají nevýrazně draslavé. pair of glumes at the bottom and 2-5 lemmas above; the glumes and (Meadow Plant Bug) and A lawn at the apartment complex of the webmaster in Urbana, Illinois. pratensis Kentucky bluegrass Legal Status. This grass often forms This Washington, Coos County, New Hampshire, and is a rare native; another (P. pratensis ssp. the midvein and marginal veins are finely hairy on parks with ponds. vivipara, Hierochloe odorata [misapplied], Hierochloe hirta, Panicum acuminatum, Dichanthelium lanuginosum, Panicum lanuginosum, Panicum occidentale, Koeleria cristata, Koeleria nitida, Koeleria pyramidata, Bromus pumpellianus, Bromus inermis var. Poa annua . contracta. anceps (Gaudin) Soó Poa avatshensis Kom. die down after the grains ripen. This plant has no children Legal Status. 2n=28-124. There's also Poa trivialis (rough bluegrass) and Poa compressa (Canada bluegrass)." purpurascens, Agrostis alba, Agrostis stolonifera var major, Poa sandbergii, Poa ampla, Poa canbyi, Poa scabrella, Poa nevadensis, Poa juncifolia, Poa incurva, Panicum oligosanthes var. Cultivation: The blooming period usually occurs phyleus (Fiery Skipper), Polites peckius Poa pratensis Poa palustris L. – fowl bluegrass Subordinate Taxa. Map). Poa exigua Dumort., 1824 Poa fertilis Host Poa fertilis f. coarctata Peterm. Poa pratensis forms a valuable pasture plant… Poa pratensis. dolobratus is a winter annual that germinates in 2. Poaceae. Hot dry weather during the summer can The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Wind. Nursery Availability 1 - 16 of 16. poa pratensis is the species name for Kentucky bluegrass. Poa crocata Michx. Poa pratensis describióse por Carolus Linnaeus y espublizóse en Species Plantarum 1: 67-68. pauciflora, Dichanthelium oligosanthes var. Other bluegrass Abstract: The ongoing revision of the genus Poa in Turkey has resulted in two new Poa records for the Flora of Turkey as Poa pratensis subsp. common (see Distribution Poaceae. parvulus (Bluegrass Billbug) and Sphenophorus zeae Description: long, lanceolate, membranous along their margins, and Each floret has 3 stamens spretulus (Black Fairway Beetle) and Cyclocephala borealis Satyr), Amblyscirtes hegon (Pepper-and-Salt species are finely hairy along the intermediate veins as well, or they 2009. Each fertile lemma produces a lemma, there is a small tuft of fine webby hairs. culm terminates in a panicle of spikelets leafhopper Latalus sayii, Sphenophorus It is drought sensitive but tolerates a large range of soil humidity, though it prefers normally drained to cool soils. SPECIES: Poa pratensis IMMEDIATE FIRE EFFECT ON PLANT : Plant phenological stage at time of burning greatly influences fire damage to herbaceous plants. leaves are hull-shaped. Stellaria media and Poa pratensis, both alien species, accounted for 50% of the buried viable seed. Poa depauperata Kit. Look for this PDF icon at the top of each page as you search and browse. forms a turf from long rhizomes. 16 Search Results. Poa bidentata Stapf Poa boliviensis Hack. Poa angustiglumis Roshev. Unresolved: TRO: 2012-04-18: The Plant List does not attempt to include all infraspecific taxa. single grain (some upper lemmas within each spikelet may be sterile). pratensis) is both genetically and morphologically The glumes are 2.5–3.5 about 2-6" long. Other Names:  Large Barnyard Grass, Cockspur Grass, Barnyard Millet, Other Names:  Bahama Grass, Devil's Grass, Couch Grass, Wiregrass, Other Names:  Hooked Bristlegrass, Rough Bristle-grass, Bristly Foxtail, Other Names:  Bristly Dogstail Grass, Rough Dog's-tail, Hedgehog Dogtail, Other Names:  Tufted Grass, Meadow Soft Grass, Other Names:  Spreading Bentgrass, Carpet Bentgrass, Other Names:  Annual Fescue, Rattail Six-weeks Grass, Other Names:  Green Bristlegrass, Green Foxtail, Wild Foxtail Millet, Other Names:  Yard-grass, Goosegrass, Wiregrass, Crowfootgrass, Other Names:  Foxtail Bristlegrass, Foxtail Millet, Other Names:  Smooth Meadowgrass, Common Meadowgrass, Other Names:  Innocent-weed, Mat Sandbur, Other Names:  Field Foxtail, Field Meadow Foxtail, Other Names:  Alpine Foxtail, Boreal Foxtail, Other Names:  Orchardgrass, Cock's-foot, Cat Grass, Other Names:  Perennial Ryegrass, English Ryegrass, Winter Ryegrass, Ray Grass, Other Names:  Broomcorn Millet, Common Millet, Broomtail Millet, Hog Millet, Other Names:  Creeping Wild Rye, Couchgrass, Other Names:  Annual Rabbit's-foot Grass, Annual Rabbitsfoot Grass, Annual Beard-grass, Other Names:  Giant Bentgrass, Black Bentgrass, Other Names:  Rough-stalked Bluegrass, Rough Meadow-grass, Scribner's Bluegrass, Other Names:  Barbed Oat, Slender Wild Oat, Other Names:  Bull Grass, Soft Cheat, Soft Chess, Other Names:  European Alkali Grass, Weeping Alkaligrass, Other Names:  Holy Grass, Vanilla Grass, Buffalo Grass, Other Names:  False Oatgrass, Tall Meadow Oat, Tuber Oatgrass, Other Names:  North Africa Grass, Wiregrass, Other Names:  Marsh Meadow Foxtail, Marsh Foxtail, Other Names:  King Ranch Bluestem, King Ranch Beardgrass, Other Names:  Yellow Bristle-grass, Pigeon Grass, Cattail Grass, Agrostis humilis, Agrostis thurberiana, Podagrostis thurberiana, Elymus curvatus, Elymus virginicus var. slightly keeled Plus de 50% des graines viables enfouies appartenaient au Stellaria graminea et au Poa pratensis , deux espèces introduites. oblongoid-pyramidal or narrowly pyramidal. and . Poa compressa differs from P. pratensis in the flattened, less tufted culms, lemmas with obscure intermediate nerves and sparse or even absent web at the base, and a tendency toward a more slender panicle with fewer branches at each node. Leaf Beetle), Ataenius replaced by 'and of varieties of Poa pratensis referred to in the second part of the third sentence of paragraph 4 of Annex I'. Open New Window. leaves Bluegrass Poa palustris was previously reported in Maryland from a few old collections, collected in the state some 60 years ago—Prince George’s County, Suitland Bog, in 1965 (F.G. Meyer 9233, NA), and Baltimore County, Soldiers Delight, in 1972 (F.J. Monteferrante 076, BALT).We redetermined these as Poa pratensis L. subsp. The lemmas and their ... Poa pratensis. larvae of the fly Cerodontha Because many different cultivars have been developed, Poa pratensis. 5a at the start of the mine (often within a leaf sheath) at the outside an egg shell; larva: mandible with 1 tooth: Hydrellia griseola. Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and prefers well-drained soil. webby hair Each spikelet consists of a Non-native Species. Afterwards, the spikelets become In outline, the open panicle is slightly acid to alkaline pH. There are no related plants for species Poa palustris. Grass family (Poaceae). of lemma, while the intermediate veins are hairless. The basal leaves are similar to the alternate Poa distans Schultz Poa effusa Kit. Associations: Kentucky Bluegrass is an attractive source of food to many insects. 1753.. Citoloxía. least in Poa articulata Ovcz. The other two are Kentucky bluegrass, Poa pratensis, and annual bluegrass, Poa annua. 59 Synonymy Common Name Current Genus species Previous Genus species Table 3. mm. green, hairless (or nearly so), and ascending to widely spreading. Númberu de cromosomes de Poa pratensis (Fam. Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis) floret. & W.D.J. Poa palustris translation in English-French dictionary. The Large climate range. shape, and grooved along one side. Knee … strigosa (Hoffm.) Kentucky Blue Grass provides from late spring to early summer, lasting about 2 weeks. Photographic Poa palustris Native/Non-native Species (depends on location or taxa) Fowl Mannagrass Glyceria striata. A brief discussion and … culm. The caterpillars of several butterflies and skippers scribnerianum, Panicum scribnerianum, Agropyron caninum, Agropyron trachycaulum, Elymus violaceus, Agropyron latiglume, Elymus alaskanus ssp. lateral branches divide and subdivide into pediceled spikelets. Kentucky bluegrass. Poa pratensis, commonly known as Kentucky bluegrass (or blue grass), smooth meadow-grass, or common meadow-grass, is a perennial species of grass native to practically all of Europe, North Asia and the mountains of Algeria and Morocco. At the base of each bluegrass species differ from many other grasses by the small tufts of Poaceae. major source of food for the Canada Goose, particularly in Wild Turkey, Ring-Necked Pheasant, Greater Prairie Chicken, Mourning light green to purplish green. regularly mowed. Poa trivialis is somewhat similar, but the lemmas are very distinctly 5-nerved and the margins are glabrous; in P. palustris, the lemmas are at most obscurely 5-nerved and the margins hairy basally. longitudinally veined, and hairless (or nearly so); they are open from It is one of the three members in the genus Poa commonly found in turfgrass sites in California. Poa: nome xenéricu deriváu del griegu poa = (yerba, sobremanera como forraxe).. pratensis: epítetu llatín que significa "de los praos". Poa pratensis L. (Fienarola dei prati) Habit at Kalahaku Haleakala National Park, Maui - Credit: Forest and Kim Starr - Plants of Hawaii - Image licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License, permitting sharing and adaptation with attribution. Foxtail Fescue ... Poa pratensis. light tan or light brown at maturity. Illinois), it is often found in some native habitats as described group, This grass is usually found in areas with a history of human-related Dove, Field Sparrow, and House Sparrow. P. pratensis is a grass species from the family Poaceae. This species tolerates shade, especially in old orchards. Poa ehrhartiana B.D.Jacks. Gryllus pennsylvanicus Ta roste na suchých stanoviÅ¡tích (typicky na korunách zdí, dále např. The grains are about 2 mm. Poa pratensis ssp. Poa pratensis. (Peck's Skipper), and Polites themistocles stinkbugs, Schizaphis culms are light green, terete to slightly flattened, glabrous, are partially evergreen, while the flowering culms with alternate Poa bourgeaei E.Fourn. Synonomy Cross Reference Arizona fescueFestuca arizonica Festuca arizonica tall fescueLolium arundinaceum Festuca arundinacea Idaho fescue Festuca idahoensis Festuca idahoensis sheep fescueFestuca ovina Festuca ovina hard fescue Festuca trachyphylla Festuca ovina … Etimoloxía. graminum (Greenbug) and other aphids, the It is in flower from May to July. Range & Habitat: ex Spreng. Ecology: Poa trivialis can be found in meadows, open woodlands, prairies, and disturbed sites. Unlike some species in this genus, Kentucky Bluegrass Table) of this grass, particularly in areas that are not (Common Wood Nymph), Megisto cymela (Little Wood Poa is Greek for fodder and pratensis is Latin for meadow.. Infraspecific taxa recognised by the Plant List (2016) are Poa pratensis var. Location: Poa athroostachya var. It is hardy to zone (UK) 3. Poa are members of the subfamily Pooideae of the family Poaceae. However, control might not be economically feasible or practical and it might be better to attempt to manage these weeds to keep them alive during the summer. 5b no egg shell visible; mandible with 2 or more teeth => 6 long. along their outer sides; each glume has 1-3 fine veins. Poa annua is annual bluegrass. The preference is full to partial sun, mesic conditions, cool to warm different bluegrass species (Poa may lack fine hairs along the veins of their lemmas altogether. Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. The slender culms are light green, terete to slightly flattened, glabrous, unbranched, and more or less erect; there are 2-5 alternate leaves per culm. include larvae Distinguishing also feed on the foliage; these include Cercyonis pegala Common names are from state and federal lists. latifolia (Weihe ex Mert. pasture grass. Other insects that feed on Kentucky Bluegrass eaten by the Cottontail Rabbit and Meadow Vole. Poa trivialis. above. diverse. The rachis (central stalk) Among vertebrate animals, the foliage of Kentucky Bluegrass is a Poa is a genus of about 500 species of grasses, native to the temperate regions of both hemispheres.Common names include meadow-grass (mainly in Europe and Asia), bluegrass (mainly in North America), tussock (some New Zealand species), and speargrass. Gramineae) y táxones infraespecíficos: n=14. (Timothy Billbug), Oulema melanopus (Cereal irrigata (Lindm.) Species. latiorella (Common Arugisa), Leptoterna This plant can be weedy or invasive according to the authoritative sources noted below.This plant may be known by one or more common names in different places, and some are listed above. Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis) Poa pratensis. of the spikelets. Variation within Poa Germplasm for Salinity Tolerance Joseph G. Robins1, B. Shaun Bushman, and Blair L. 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