Definition of goosegrass in English:

goosegrass

Line breaks: goose|grass
Pronunciation: /ˈɡuːsɡrɑːs
 
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noun

[mass noun]
A widely distributed scrambling plant related to bedstraws, with hooked bristles on the stem, leaves, and seeds which cling to fur and clothing. Also called cleavers.
  • Galium aparine, family Rubiaceae
More example sentences
  • Nettles and tangles of bindweed, pelt-snagging goosegrass and bedstraw alike were avoided, while he gazed with pleasure on the eager growth of scattered rowan and hawthorn saplings.
  • All summer we fight Bermuda grass, nut grass, crabgrass, goosegrass, Dallis grass, spurge, pigweed and others.
  • We used MSMA [herbicide] to help control the crabgrass and goosegrass.

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