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Foliar uptake of nutrients applied in solution to Creeping Bentgrass (Agrostis palustris Huds.), Annual Bluegrass (Poa annua var. reptans (Hausskn.) Timm) and Ultra-Dwarf Bermudagrass (Cynodon
F foliar uptake was significantly affected by source of nutrient with organic chelating agent, when differences were identified, facilitating greater uptake vs. synthetic (i.e. EDTA) chelation.
Effect of tillage and compost amendment on turfgrass establishment on a compacted sandy loam
Severe compaction of urban soil is a common problem that makes establishment and maintenance of turfgrass difficult. Compaction alleviation prior to seeding or sodding with turfgrass should lead to
Differences among Soil-Inhabiting Microbial Communities in Poa annua Turf throughout the Growing Season
Data indicate that microbial community structure varied throughout the growing season, possibly due to seasonal changes in temperature and/or other environmental factors, and shows that P. annua putting green turf supports a diverse microbial community despite management practices that include frequent pesticide applications.
Cultivation Effects on Organic Matter Concentration and Infiltration Rates of Two Creeping Bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera L.) Putting Greens
Soil cultivation is commonly used to manage organic matter (OM) accumulation in golf course putting greens. Our objectives were to determine: (i) if hollow-tine cultivation is more effective than
Organic Matter Concentration of Creeping Bentgrass Putting Greens in the Continental U.S. and Resident Management Impact
Soil organic matter (SOM) accumulation in creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera L.; CB) putting greens has been a concern for decades. Gaussoin et al. (2013) summarized the negative effects