Definition of Eragrostis curvula
1. Noun. Perennial South African grass having densely clumped flimsy stems; introduced into United States especially for erosion control.
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Literary usage of Eragrostis curvula
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1. Biodiversity and the Management of the Madrean Archipelago: The Sky Islands edited by Leonard F. DeBano (1999)
"eragrostis curvula was introduced into the United States in 1928 (Crider 1945). These two exotics are now among the most common plants at low to moderate ..."
2. Lost Crops of Africa: Grains edited by F. R. Ruskin (1999)
"... with its relative eragrostis curvula. This perennial has been developed in South Africa into an almost incredible array of types for land protection and ..."
3. Allelopathy: The Effects of Chemicals Produced by Plants by Henry Gilbert (1994)
"Journal of range management v. 44 (3): p. 223-227; May. Includes references. Language: English Descriptors: Texas; eragrostis curvula; Seedlings; Vigor; ..."