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Sudeep S. Sidhu, Qingguo Huang, Robert N. Carrow, and Paul L. Raymer

.F. Toler, J.E. Camberato, J.J. Hill, H.S. 2005 Minimizing thatch and mat development in a newly seeded creeping bentgrass golf green Crop Sci. 45 1529 1535 McCoy, E.L. 1992 Quantitative physical assessment of organic materials used in sports turf rootzone

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Alexander R. Kowalewski, John N. Rogers III, James R. Crum, and Jeffrey C. Dunne

.S. 2005 Minimizing thatch and mat development in a newly seeded creeping bentgrass golf green Crop Sci. 45 1529 1535 Michigan State University 2009 MAWN: Michigan automated weather network 20 Nov. 2009 < http://www.agweather.geo.msu.edu/mawn/ >. Miller, G

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Thomas O. Green, Alexandra Kravchenko, John N. Rogers III, and Joseph M. Vargas Jr.

1792 Law, R. 1981 The dynamics of colonizing population of Poa annua Ecology 62 1267 1277 McCarty, L.B. Gregg, M.F. Toler, J.E. Camberato, J.J. Hill, H.S. 2005 Minimizing thatch and mat in a newly seeded creeping bentgrass golf green Crop Sci. 45 1529

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Kenton W. Peterson, Jack D. Fry, and Dale J. Bremer

&M University, College Station, TX Atkinson, J.L. McCarty, L.B. Liu, H. Faust, J. Toler, J.E. 2012 Diamond zoysiagrass golf green response to reduced light environments with the use of trinexapac-ethyl Agron. J. 104 847 852 Beard, J.B. 1973 Turfgrass: Science

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Steven M. Borst, J. Scott McElroy, and Greg K. Breeden

: New products and strategies U.S. Golf Assn. Green Section Record 42 7 9 McCarty, L.B. Gregg, M.F. Toler, J.E. 2007 Thatch and mat management in an established creeping bentgrass golf green Agron. J. 99 1530 1537 Nelson, M. 2007 Of moss and men 11 Jan

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Verónica De Luca, Diego Gómez de Barreda, Antonio Lidón, and Cristina Lull

-based biostimulants exceeded urea N absorption. Another negative effect on creeping bentgrass due to a microbial inoculant biostimulant application was a delay in germination ( Butler et al., 2007 ) or a N leaching increase when establishing a new golf green ( Butler

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Jordan M. Craft, Christian M. Baldwin, Wayne H. Philley, James D. McCurdy, Barry R. Stewart, Maria Tomaso-Peterson, and Eugene K. Blythe

, M.F. Toler, J.E. 2007 Thatch and mat management in an established creeping bentgrass golf green Agron. J. 99 1530 1537 Murphy, J.A. Rieke, P.E. Erickson, A.E. 1993 Core cultivation of a putting green with hollow and solid-tines Agron. J. 85 1 9

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Thomas O. Green, John N. Rogers III, James R. Crum, Joseph M. Vargas Jr., and Thomas A. Nikolai

, Agrostis palustris Huds. II. Incidence of dollar spot, Sclerotinia homoeocarpa , infection Agron. J. 61 701 705 McCarty, L.B. Gregg, M.F. Toler, J.E. Camberato, J.J. Hill, H.S. 2005 Minimizing thatch and mat in a newly seeded creeping bentgrass golf green

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Emily Merewitz

. Castonguay, Y. Desjardins, Y. 2006 Atmospheric composition under impermeable winter golf green protections Crop Sci. 46 1644 1655 doi: 10.2135/cropsci2005.05-0074 Sagisaka, S. Matsuda, T. Okuda, T. Ozeki, S. 1991 Relationship between

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Eric Watkins, Andrew B. Hollman, and Brian P. Horgan

commonly used creeping bentgrass cultivars Penncross and L93 (also used in our study) when managed as a lower-input golf green turf (low to moderate N fertilization, mowing heights of 4 mm or less, and simulated foot traffic). It should be noted that their