Agrostis stolonifera | Creeping Bent | Feorainn
Damp meadows, ditches, waste places and rocky seashores
Seed accessions in the National Genebank, Backweston (wild seed collected in 2010). Living collection in the National Botanic Garden.
Records submitted to Data Centre in 2021
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Forage, for pasture use. Creeping bent grass re-grows fast after intensive grazing; resistant to trampling and heavy feeding by cattle. It is decorative, used for establishing small recreation areas. It has potential as an erosion-preventing turf cover.