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Effect of seepage flow on reed canarygrass and its ability to protect waterways


, : Effect of seepage flow on reed canarygrass and its ability to protect waterways. Publication, Agricultural Research Service, US Department of Agriculture (ARS-S-154): 8

Reed canarygrass, a water-tolerant grass, was planted in an existing bermudagrass cover in an experimental channel to determine whether a long-duration small (seepage) flow would adversely affect the mixture of dry-land and water-tolerant grass species and lessen its ability to protect the waterway. Simulated flood flows following 72 days of seepage flow (about 1.3 inches deep) did not damage the waterway.

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