Is grass the most important plant on earth?



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    Quite possibly! Directly or indirectly, grasses form the chief food of mankind. A large part of the animal world is made up of grass-eaters, and carnivores live on the grass-eaters. Furthermore, wheat, oats, barley, rye, corn, rice, millet, and sorghum are cultivated grasses, as is sugar cane. Other grasses are forage plants for animals, such as cows. There are over five thousand known species of grass, and there’s no part of the world void of many grass species.

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