[ UK /fˈɒkste‍ɪl/ ]
[ US /ˈfɑkˌsteɪɫ/ ]
  1. grasses of the genera Alopecurus and Setaria having dense silky or bristly brushlike flowering spikes
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How To Use foxtail In A Sentence

  • What we won't see until next year, and for the next five-seven years, is the result of an abundance of annual weeds, such as foxtail, mustard and ragweed. Fort Frances Times Online -
  • Over the years, he has seen his weeds change from tough, hard to manage weeds, such as quack grass or thistle, to less noxious weeds that are easier to control, such as foxtail and common ragweed.
  • Back in January, I moved from the California Wine Country to Charleston, South Carolina, trading my 47 acres of ticks and foxtails for a 152 year-old Victorian House with vintage termites.
  • Remarkably DWJ06 make the same point: thus we have the remarkable situation of two dendrochronological studies published in the same week, making completely opposite claims about the correlation of bristlecones and foxtails to gridcell temperature. D'Arrigo et al. on Bristlecone Calibration « Climate Audit
  • The foxtails and other tall grasses swayed around and above me, their fragrance filled my senses.
  • Nonwoody plants in or near the water include arrow arum, bulltongue arrowhead, foxtail club moss, golden club, Jamaica swamp saw grass, pipewort, royal fern, tall pinebarren milkwort, and several kinds of sedges and rushes.
  • He added trials showed more than 90 percent control on several weeds, including wild oats, foxtails, pigweed, lambsquarters, wild buckwheat, kochia, wild mustard, and Russian thistle. Undefined
  • The life cycle of these winter annual weeds differs from summer annuals like foxtail and velvet leaf which typically germinate and produce seed within the growing season.
  • On the Hot Creek, White Pine, and Golden Gate ranges we find a still hardier and more picturesque species, called the foxtail pine, from its long dense leaf-tassels. Steep Trails
  • Dogs seem to suffer most with these small seedpods because the foxtails become imbedded in their coats.
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