Grasses are herbaceous plants that are characterized by long narrow leaves with hollow stems. Growing naturally in grasslands or cultivated specifically for lawns or pastures, grasses provide an important source for many animals that include invertebrates, butterflies, cattle, sheep, horses, elephants, deer, and rabbits. Of the total land area of the Earth, 40.5% of the surface is comprised of grasslands.
Grass is a herbaceous plant with long narrow leaves and hollow stems that is often cultivated in lawns or found naturally in grasslands.
Lawn grass today is commonly cut at between 2”-3.75” | 5-9.5 cm.
40.5% of all land area is made up of grasslands that are defined by presence of grasses.