Cogon grass-derived products (Torrefied Cogon grass) will be crucial for rural development and will enhance the energy crop production in the Philippines without jeopardizing our countryâs food and feed supply since Cogon grass can grow on undernourished agricultural land and does not deplete soil nutrients. Our eagerness however, fades away just as quickly as the fire is extinguished, leaving our work either half-baked or unfinished. Cogongrass Biology. An experiment was conducted to determine the nutritive value and nutrient digestibility in situ of cogon grass as affected by harvesting intervals in fresh and silage forms. Theoretical Framework (10) â¢ Phytoremediation / Mercury / Effect on Maize Growth: Study showed P. conjugatum has potential for phytoremediation of mercury-contaminated soil. (In a comparative study, vetivergrass showed the most beneficial characteristics. The leaves are about an inch wide, have a prominent white midrib, and end in a sharp point. Cogon Grass just as Giant King Grass is renewable. All parts of this Philippine roofing system are matching; preformed and pre-painted so that the entire ensemble of roof panel, gutter, facia board and ridge cap are in the same design and color. Southeast Asia, Philippines, China, and Japan DESCRIPTION Cogon grass is a perennial, rhizomatous grass that grows from 2 to over 4 feet in height. Translated to âburning cogon grassâ in English, this idiom is meant to illustrate how Filipinos initially exhibit great enthusiasm at the beginning of a project. A 4% solution of 41% active ingredient material (5 1/3 fluid ounces per gallon of water) sprayed on the green leaves and allowed to dry for 2 to 3 hours will kill the top growth of cogongrass. Making Cogon Grass Roofing When we visited Kan-irag Nature Park, in Busay, Cebu, we were able to witness a demonstration of how to make a sustainable and organic roofing material. 1) cogon grass (for cows, goats, rabbits, carabaos); 2) bermuda grass (for gardening and landscaping); and . Cogon grass is called by the Japanese as bloodgrass and is considered a noxious weed thatâs a more invasive species than kudzu in the southeastern ... who are abroad working are sacrificing for the sake of their families and loved ones left behind in the Philippines, is a demonstration of NOT being a âningas kugonâ. Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica (L.) Beauv.) Cogon grass showed to be more tolerant to Pb-contaminated soil compared to carabao grass. Cogongrass in small (less than 20 foot diameter) patches can be treated with a glyphosate solution in early fall (August through October). 3) wheat grass (expensive for this is a medicinal one) This was the traditional roofing material of the Filipinos, before tin roof came into fashion. 2. Leaf margins â¦ Biogas generator from biomass For those who wish who want to produce their own electricity to be self-sustainable or to supplement electrical consumption, there is a solution.