Herbage


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HERBAGE, English Law, A species of easement, which consists in the right to feed one's cattle on another man's ground.

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Numerous and populous villages of long low huts stretched away between broad pasture-fields whose dense herbage was besprinkled with violet-colored blossoms.
Now and then a herd of deer would be seen feeding tranquilly among the flowery herbage, or a line of buffaloes, like a caravan on its march, moving across the distant profile of the prairie.
From a coarse herbage we passed on to a carpet of fine green verdure.
Before their introduction, however, the surface must have supported, as in other parts, a rank herbage.
This body was collected on the very margin of that mass of herbage in which the trapper and his companions were hid.
According to her, the national herbage has drastically been depleted.
Grasses, forbs and shrubs of alpine pastures harvested at three different intervals from four different altitudinal zones (2925-4184 m), Basel, Jalkhad, Gittidas and Burawai in upper Kaghan valley, Pakistan, were assessed for herbage production and nutritive value.
Following breeding all ewes had been managed together under commercial conditions, with post-grazing herbage masses below 1.
Morphogenesis is an important tool for the evaluation and understanding of the development of forage plants, as it determines herbage accumulation in the pasture.
This study was conducted for two consecutive years (2012 and 2013) to examine the effect of foliar spray of FeSO4 on the development, herbage yield, nutritive composition and quality of teosinte grown in Fe deficient alkaline field.
First, cows will not graze as intensively and it becomes more diffi-cult for the correct residual herbage mass to be achieved (1,500kg DM/ha).