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noun: The study of grasses.
From Greek agrostis (a type of grass), from agros (field) + -logy (study). Earliest documented use: 1820.
“‘Agrostology is not the most er... flamboyant of professions. That’s my proper field.’
‘I see. Rutabagas are just a sideline. But think of all the cows you’ve made happy.’”
Charlotte MacLeod; Rest You Merry; G.K. Hall; 1979.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:I'm fed up to the ears with old men dreaming up wars for young men to die in. -George McGovern, senator, author, professor, and WWII pilot (19 Jul 1922-2012)