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Reagan W. Hejl, Benjamin G. Wherley, James C. Thomas, and Richard H. White

concerning how irrigation water quality may affect the extent of deficit irrigation tolerable by turfgrass. This has become an increasingly important consideration, especially in light of the growing number of maintained turf sites using nonpotable or low-quality

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S. Severmutlu, N. Mutlu, R.C. Shearman, E. Gurbuz, O. Gulsen, M. Hocagil, O. Karaguzel, T. Heng-Moss, T.P. Riordan, and R.E. Gaussoin

, this study was conducted to determine the adaptation of six warm-season turfgrass species and several of their cultivars to Mediterranean growing conditions by evaluating turfgrass establishment rate, quality, color, and percentage of turfgrass cover

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Joe E. Toler, Jason K. Higingbottom, and Lambert B. McCarty

. Turfgrass quality ratings were on a 1–10 scale with 1 denoting no live grass, 7 denoting minimal acceptable, and 10 denoting best turfgrass quality. Turfgrass color ratings were on a 1–10 scale with 1 denoting brown grass and 10 denoting uniform, dark green

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Daniel R. Miller, Robert J. Mugaas, Mary H. Meyer, and Eric Watkins

Low-maintenance turfgrass species that provide acceptable quality with reduced inputs and less mowing are of interest to homeowners and turf managers looking to reduce management costs and environmental impacts. In a recent study, Watkins et al

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Travis Wayne Shaddox and Joseph Bryan Unruh

to produce polymer-coated ureas ( Christians et al., 2017 ). It has been well established that N sources applied correctly consistently increase turfgrass quality. Telenko et al. (2015) applied N at 49 kg·ha −1 as urea, polymer-coated urea, and a

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Meghyn Meeks, Ambika Chandra, and Ben G. Wherley

and high turfgrass quality are most popular but require frequent mowing and are highly susceptible to brown patch ( Rhizoctonia solani Kühn) and other diseases ( Watkins and Meyer, 2004 ; Wu et al., 1985 ). For these reasons, breeders have recently

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Bekele G. Abeyo, Robert C. Shearman, Roch E. Gaussoin, Leonard A. Wit, Desalegn D. Serba, and Ugur Bilgili

well adapted to dry situations and are good choices for low-maintenance turfgrass sites ( Roberts, 1990 ). In Nebraska, overseeding buffalograss turfs maintained at lawn heights of cut with blue fescue resulted in improved turfgrass quality and green

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James T. Brosnan, Adam W. Thoms, Gregory K. Breeden, and John C. Sorochan

while removing observational bias ( Karcher, 2007 ; Karcher and Richardson, 2003 ; Richardson et al., 2001 ). Turfgrass color and quality were also measured after each traffic event using DIA. DIA quantifies turfgrass cover, color, and quality by

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Yali Song, Patrick Burgess, Hairong Han, and Bingru Huang

evaluation of TQ was performed as an indicator of overall turfgrass performance on a scale of 1 to 9 with 1 being brown and dead turf, 6 being the minimum acceptable quality level, and 9 being green and healthy turf. Turf quality ratings were based on

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Ronnie W. Schnell, Donald M. Vietor, Richard H. White, Tony L. Provin, and Clyde L. Munster

Organic amendments, including municipal and animal sources of biosolids, can be applied to improve soil physical and chemical properties and turfgrass establishment, growth, and quality ( McCoy, 1998 ). Although the amendments contribute total and