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Woolly finger grass Digitaria eriantha Steud. It is often considered to be one of the higher quality tropical grasses Cook et al. Morphology Digitaria eriantha is a perennial grass. This taxon comprises many morphologically different types that were once and sometimes still are considered to be separate species. Its culms are simple or branched, 35 to cm tall.

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Digitaria valida Stent Syntherisma eriantha Steud. Newbold D. Gramineae subfamily: Panicoideae tribe: Paniceae. Former D. Morphological description An extremely variable species, comprising a number of morphologically different former species. Inflorescence a digitate single whorl or subdigitate 2 or more whorls panicle comprising racemes, cm long. Morphologically very similar to D.

Also similar to D. Suitable for cut-and-carry. Stoloniferous types provide good ground cover for soil conservation. Seeding types tend to be restricted to sandy soils in their native habitat, possibly because seedlings do not establish readily on heavier soils without disturbance. Both tufted and stoloniferous seeding types are mostly used on sandy soils in cultivation, although they will grow on clay soils, once established. Pangola types are used on a wide range of soils from sands to heavy clays, of low or high fertility.

In cultivation, the pangola types appear slightly more acid-tolerant and less alkali-tolerant than the seeding types, with a suggested range of 4. Moisture D. All types are very drought tolerant. Seeding varieties are mostly used in areas with rainfall from about , mm.

Pangola types are more tolerant of flooding and waterlogging than seeding types. Warm to hot summers, and cold winters, often with frosts, are experienced over most of this distribution. Although accessions have been collected from high altitudes, the species is generally frost sensitive. However, accessions show some difference in both frost tolerance and regrowth capacity after frosting.

Light D. Brachiaria brizantha , B. Cynodon plectostachyus and Brachiaria mutica. Defoliation All genotypes of D. Regular grazing is necessary to maintain quality and to minimise disease incidence. Probably best if the grass is maintained between and cm, although this may not be feasible under sheep grazing. Ideally, it should be grazed every weeks.

Stoloniferous cultivars often become "sodbound" and may benefit from periodic cultivation. This can be as radical as is appropriate in the situation, since these types redevelop rapidly from cultivated pieces.

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Digitaria valida Stent Syntherisma eriantha Steud. Newbold D. Gramineae subfamily: Panicoideae tribe: Paniceae. Former D. Morphological description An extremely variable species, comprising a number of morphologically different former species. Inflorescence a digitate single whorl or subdigitate 2 or more whorls panicle comprising racemes, cm long. Morphologically very similar to D.

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