Bermuda grass definition

  • noun:
    • A mat-forming perennial lawn (Cynodon dactylon) extensive in cozy regions and important as a lawn and pasturage lawn in south usa. Furthermore common as a weed. Also known as scutch grass.
    • A perennial lawn, of genus Cynodon, indigenous to Africa and Asia, utilized in hot areas of the whole world for pasture, lawn and making hay
    • trailing lawn native to Europe today cosmopolitan in cozy regions; used for yards and pastures especially in south usa and India
  • others:
    • some sort of grass (Cynodon Dactylon) esteemed for pasture when you look at the Southern US. It really is a native of Southern European countries, but is now wide-spread in warm nations; -- labeled as also scutch grass, plus Bermuda, devil lawn.
    • etc. See the nouns.

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