Research Review on Turfgrass Insect Pests in Korea

@article{Choo2017ResearchRO,
  title={Research Review on Turfgrass Insect Pests in Korea},
  author={Ho Yul Choo and Dong Woon Lee},
  journal={Weed\&Turfgrass Science},
  year={2017},
  volume={6},
  pages={77-85}
}
. Insect pests have been one of the main constraints affecting turf sod cultivation areas, playgrounds, parks, golf courses, airports and other related recreational grounds. However, turfgrass research has been very limited and confined within a limited period of time compared to other branches of crop science in Korea. This review was surveyed from all papers in KCI (Korea Citation Index), SCI (Scientific Citation Index) and SCIE (SCI Expended) journals related to turfgrass research in Korea… 
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