Gama grass

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Gama grass

(Science: botany) a species of grass (Tripsacum dactyloides) tall, stout, and exceedingly productive; cultivated in the west indies, Mexico, and the southern states of North America as a forage grass.

Synonym: sesame grass.

Origin: From Gama, a cluster of the Maldive islands.

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