agrosto-, agrost- (Greek: wild grass; grass).
One who writes about grasses.
agrostography, agrostographic, agrostographical:
A written description of grasses.
One who is skilled in agrostology.
agrostology, agrostologic, agrostological:
That part of botany that deals with grasses; graminology.
Whoever could make two ears of corn
grow upon a spot of ground where only one grew before, would deserve better of mankind
than the whole race of politicians put together.
A new name for an old set of practices, involves the deliberate growing of woody perennials on the same unit of land as agricultural crops or animals, either in some form of special mixture or in temporal sequence. There is a significant interaction (ecological and economical) between woody and nonwoody components of the system. Agroforesty systems are grouped as agrosilvicultural (crops and trees), silvopastoral (trees and pasture/animals), or agrosilvopastoral (crops, trees, and pasture/animals).
Grass is a form of plant life that first grows under your feet and then over your head.