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Grass is narrow-leaved green herbage: grown as lawns; used as pasture for grazing animals; cut and dried as hay.
Poaceae (PDF)  Plants - Farming
Lawn is a field of cultivated and mowed grass. Lawn is an area of soil-covered land planted with grasses or (rarely) other durable plants such as clover which are maintained at a short height with a lawnmower and used for aesthetic and recreational purposes.

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You will Never Mow your Grass Again, well at least not as much...

No-Mow Lawn MixGrass Field
Naturally Short Grass with Low Maintenance
Eco-Lawn
Festuca
Video
No Mow Grass

Sustainable Lawns and Landscaping

Short Grass Seed Varieties
Buffel Grass
Buffalo Grass
Kentucky Blue Grass (Poa Pratensis)
Zoysia
Z Farms

Replace your old lawn with a New Slow Growing Grass using Lawn Grass Plugs.
Lawn Plugs
Grassing 

Cutting down on Lawn Mowing will also reduce Deaths and Serious Injuries:
More than 17,000 Children a year are injured by Lawn Mowers
161,00 injuries from Lawn Mowers
Risks of Lawn Mowing
Hustler Turf

Americas most grown crop is something that no one is eating, no one is asking for, and no one is quite sure what to do with. It’s your Lawn. The U.S. devotes a full one-fifth of its land to agriculture (408 million acres, or 637,500 square miles) for farmers to grow on, of which corn is the largest food crop. However, there are almost 50,000 square miles of Lawn Growing in the U.S.—almost three times as much as corn. 128,000 square kilometers (or about 50,000 square miles) of growth, three times that of the U.S. land occupied by corn. This is so ignorant it's not even funny.

The Case Against Lawns
Drought Tolerant Landscaping
Desert Landscapes
Native Plants

Synthetic Grass?

Todd Valley Farms
Low Maintenance Landscaping
Low Water Landscaping

Water Use Knowledge

Get and Maintain a Healthy Lawn

Scythe (wiki)
Scythe beats a Gas Powered Weed Wacker in Grass Cutting Competition
South West Annual Scythe Festival - June 2010 (youtube)
Sean Dembrosky presents the different types of blades, demonstrates proper scything techniques (video)
Tools

Edible Landscapes   (Growing Food instead of non-edible plants)
Edible Lawns
Edible Landscaping
From Lawns to Edible Landscapes (youtube)
Edible Landscapes London
Pam Warhurst Edible Landscapes (video)

Forest Gardens - Permaculture
Plant Maintenance
Seeds

Of course growing Grass for Farm Animals is a totally different type of Grassing:
Forage Seed
Best Forage
Seed Land
Hancock Seed
Forage is plant material (mainly plant leaves and stems) eaten by grazing livestock. Historically, the term forage has meant only plants eaten by the animals directly as pasture, crop residue, or immature cereal crops, but it is also used more loosely to include similar plants cut for fodder and carried to the animals, especially as hay or silage. The term forage fish refers to small schooling fish that are preyed on by larger aquatic animals. While the term forage has a broad definition, the term forage crop is used to define crops, annual or biennial, which are grown to be utilized by grazing or harvesting as a whole crop.

Cover Crops



The Thinker Man