fescue grass definition

  • noun:
    • a genus of grasses (Festuca) containing a few species of relevance in agriculture. Festuca ovina is sheep's fescue; F. elatior is meadow fescue.
    • lawn with large level leaves developed in European countries and America for permanent pasture and hay and yards
    • a genus of grasses (Festuca) containing a few species of relevance in agriculture. Festuca ovina is sheep's fescue; F. elatior is meadow fescue.
    • lawn with wide level leaves cultivated in Europe and The united states for permanent pasture and hay and lawns
    • a genus of grasses (Festuca) containing a number of types of relevance in agriculture. Festuca ovina is sheep's fescue; F. elatior is meadow fescue.
    • lawn with large level leaves developed in European countries and America for permanent pasture and hay and for lawns
    • a genus of grasses (Festuca) containing a few types of significance in agriculture. Festuca ovina is sheep's fescue; F. elatior is meadow fescue.
    • a genus of grasses (Festuca) containing a few types of value in farming. Festuca ovina is sheep's fescue; F. elatior is meadow fescue.
    • a genus of grasses (Festuca) containing a number of types of relevance in agriculture. Festuca ovina is sheep's fescue; F. elatior is meadow fescue.
    • grass with broad level leaves developed in Europe and America for permanent pasture and hay as well as lawns
    • lawn with wide flat leaves cultivated in Europe and America for permanent pasture and hay as well as lawns
    • grass with large flat leaves cultivated in Europe and The united states for permanent pasture and hay as well as for yards
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