Grass is green it motivates us

Grass is green and it motivates us

Grass is green and it motivates us which shows the love for nature. It makes the land beautiful. Beyond color, grasses offer a wealth of beauty and interest derived from translucency, line, form, texture, scale, sound, movement, and seasonal dynamics. 

Some of these characteristics are readily apparent to the casual eye, and others are revealed through thoughtful observation. Developing an awareness of grasses’ unique attributes is sure to enrich your experiences with them, in both the garden and the larger landscape. 

Grass beautify our surrounding

Get close to grass and you’ll see a star. There was after all no mystery in the end of love, no mystery but the mystery of love itself, which was large certainly but as real as grass, as natural and unaccountable as bloom and branch and their growth.


Grass is much more than just an beautifying agent of your back garden. Grass plays an important role in production of crops. From agricultural point of view , grass is important in helping to feed the growing population of humans as well as  animals. 


With roughly 20% of the critical vegetation being made up of grass, this crop is pretty important to keep everything turning the way it should – and making the world a “green” place.


Grass holds soil and water in its roots

Planting of improved varieties of grasses on the risers will not only bind the soil but also provide a rich source of fodder for the livestock All the exotic varieties will not be equally effective to favor the soil conservation and cereal crop production in a given locality. The land types and site condition may affect the root and foliage systems of the grasses. Different grasses may have different uses in the locality. It prevents soil erosion

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How man is destroying these green grass

People are constructing buildings on the land of these green grass and destroying nature. As a result of human’s effort on nature, greenery is gone and nature is becoming worse. Farmers scrap or slice the natural grasses on the risers every year before the cultivation. 


The farmers reported that slicing the terrace walls prevents collapse of the riser in the monsoon, adds fertile soil to the terrace below, and minimizes insects, diseases, and rodent problems. But this practice increases soil erosion . As some varieties grass is also food for humans as well as animals . But the saddest thing is there is less plantation of grass as compared to consumption of grass. 
Grass promotes greenery

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Without grass life in this whole  world will extinct

Grass is the first stage of the food cycle as herbivorous animals eat grass. The carnivorous animal eats herbivores which is the second stage of the food cycle. And finally omnivorous animals eat both carnivores and herbivores. If the first stage won’t be there, the next two stages will also get extinct. Grass plays a major role in the global food production industry. 


The growing world population and the increasing prosperity enjoyed by ever-higher numbers of people are leading to a greater demand for protein-rich foods. That means that the demand for dairy products just keeps on growing. Grass is the main building block for nutritious dairy products: it is the cheapest source of milk protein. Grass that is developed from just the right balance of genetics and technology makes for a healthy cow that gives the very best possible milk.


No longer grass is green with a growing population

From our early childhoods, we instinctively come to think of grass in happy, positive terms: grass surfaces can be platforms for considering games, summer parties or escapes away from urban landscapes. In every season, grass will offer nature’s pleasures to people around the world, and the beauty of Mother Earth – grass-covered lawns, hillsides and prairies will also help prevent erosion by keeping soil in place with their root systems. But there has been a decline in the percentage of total grass available in the whole world which is leading to an increase in green gas effect. 

Cremation of dead body on land

Grass is home for 12000 species

Bees.
Bison (also called buffalo)
Butterflies.
Elephants.
Giraffes.
Greater rhea.
Ground squirrels.
Hyenas.
Pampas
Prairie
Savannah
Steppes
Veld
Bison
Ostrich
Lion
Giraffe
Hyena (and cheetah!)
Ground squirrel
A meadow
Butterfly
Bee gathering pollen

Benefits of grass

Grass has several functions. We cannot digest it and yet it is one of the most important resources for our food production: animals eat grass and we eat animal products such as meat, eggs and milk. Furthermore, we also use grass in other ways: for sport, recreation and to brighten up gardens and public spaces. This plant also has important ecological functions: it protects against soil erosion, it absorbs water, it purifies the air we breathe and so on.

What do we learn from these ?

Most people take grass for granted but we shouldn’t forget that grass plays a very important role in our lives. Scientists all over the world are working on research, improvement, breeding and cultivation of this very important crop. This is the reason the grass is green and it motivates us.

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