But I now think that all these suggested plants must give way in favour of the common couch-grass (Triticum repens).
One of them ate soup and bread, and throve like couch-grass.
On the other side of the wall enclosing our yard, which faces due south, is a narrow path overgrown with couch-grass.
The raffia hammock, almost the equivalent of the natural network of the couch-grass, scarcely disturbs the burying-process.
One very remarkable minor feature was the appearance of couch-grass and horehound, which had sprung up around the stockyards.
On her own dunghill her own usages had a tenacity of life such as is seen in certain weeds (couch-grass, for instance).
In the end, finding the cord, it broke it, as it would have broken a thread of couch-grass encountered underground.
A fluid extract is prepared from couch-grass, which is used in affections of the kidney and bladder.
A decoction of pearl-barley and couch-grass, flavoured with liquorice root.
Tares, turnip-fly, charlock, couch-grass and their like—these were his enemies which he hated.