Bluejoint (Calamagrostis canadensis)

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  1.   1.  Description
  2.   2.  Obtainment
  3.   3.  Uses
    1.   3.1  Livestock Feed
  4.   4.  More
  5.   5.  'Souls
Common Name Bluejoint, Bluejoint Reedgrass, Marsh Reedgrass, Canadian Reedgrass, Meadow Pinegrass, Marsh Pinegrass
Latin Name Calamagrostis canadensis
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1.  Description

It is a perennial grass with a branching stem reaching heights between 60 centimeters and 1.5 meters. The flat, drooping leaves are rough with tiny hairs. The inflorescence is up to 25 centimeters long and may be open and loose or narrow and densely packed with spikelets. Each spikelet is about half a centimeter long and purplish in color.

2.  Obtainment

Very easy. Grows wild basically everywhere -- it survives in forest to open tundra.

  • In Inferni territory, it can be "found along the coastal, marshy areas, especially near Sal Palus". (also known as Parrsboro Harbour) [1]
  • In Anathema territory, it can be found in almost all grassy areas. [2]
  • In Salsola territory, it "grows in abundance in the rocky soils near Salsola's coast". [3]

3.  Uses

3.1  Livestock Feed

It is a palatable food plant for livestock and wild grazing animals.

4.  More

5.  'Souls

  • Ivers has bluejoint (and other horse fodder) up for trade
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