A kind of grass (Cynodon Dactylon) esteemed for pasture in the Southern United States. It is a native of Southern Europe, but is now wide-spread in warm countries; -- called also scutch grass, and in Bermuda, devil grass.
A coarsely textured species of grass used for both fairways and greens, especially in hot climates.
trailing grass native to Europe now cosmopolitan in warm regions; used for lawns and pastures especially in southern United States and India
A mat-forming perennial grass (Cynodon dactylon), wide spread in warm regions and important as a lawn and pasturage grass in the southern United States. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Third Edition copyright © 1992 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Electronic version licensed from InfoSoft International, Inc. All rights reserved.
Type of grass seen mostly on warmer golf courses in North America. It was introduced to warmer areas of the world to be used on courses where bent grass will not grow.
A species of coarse grass on golf courses found mostly in warm to hot climates.
Type of grass found on most courses located in warmer or tropical climates. Characterized by thick blades with a grainy surface.