James E. Klett
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Success of extensive green roof vegetation depends primarily on associated plant species' ability to survive the low moisture content of the substrate. As a result of the well-drained nature of the… Continue Reading
Abstract In June 1991, a 2-year field study was initiated to examine if three non-turf groundcovers require less irrigation than Kentucky bluegrass (KBG). Irrigation treatments were based on decrea...
This research examined plant area covered (plant cover) for six plant species on an existing modular extensive green roof in a semiarid climate. Species evaluated were Antennaria parvifolia Nutt.,… Continue Reading
In response to a perceived need for the development and introduction of superior plant accessions for use in sustainable, low-water landscaping, land-grant universities in Colorado, Idaho, and Utah,… Continue Reading
The effects of watering technique on container grown Lonicera tatarica L. ‘Zabelii’ and Philadelphus x virginalis Rehd. irrigated with water high in soluble salts were investigated during the 1982 ...