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Jing Zhang, J. Bryan Unruh, and Kevin Kenworthy

Bahiagrass, CP, and STA are widely used turfgrass species for home lawns and landscapes in the southeast United States ( Trenholm et al., 2011a , 2011b ; Unruh et al., 2011 ). In Florida, these three species accounted for 87% of sod production

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Karen R. Harris-Shultz, Susana Milla-Lewis, Aaron J. Patton, Kevin Kenworthy, Ambika Chandra, F. Clint Waltz, George L. Hodnett, and David M. Stelly

one was from Florida. Of these four samples that possessed genotypes different from the reference, three of these were university samples and only one sample currently under sod production in Texas varied from the reference sample. No differences were

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Xiaoyan Dai, Donald M. Vietor, Frank M. Hons, Tony L. Provin, Richard H. White, Thomas W. Boutton, and Clyde L. Munster

before elemental and isotopic analyses of carbon. Total N, P, and K in soil sampled from the 0- to 5-cm depth in July 2005 were analyzed as described previously for CMB and soil during the sod production phase ( Hansen et al., 2007 ). In addition, nitrate

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Candi Ge, Chanjin Chung, Tracy A. Boyer, and Marco Palma

some of the tough management issues and meet consumer demand, sod producers may seek to adopt new varieties. Developing and marketing new low-input sod varieties is one way to reduce the environmental effects of sod production and management by the

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Ugur Bilgili, F. Olcay Topac-Sagban, Irfan Surer, Nejla Caliskan, Pervin Uzun, and Esvet Acikgoz

al., 2007 ). In South Africa, sludge obtained from a municipal water treatment plant was applied at a rate of 0, 8, 33, 67, and 100 mg·ha −1 of oven dry sludge in sod production of kikuyu ( Pennisetum clandestinum Hochst. ex Chiov.). The results

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Orville C. Baldos, Joseph DeFrank, and Glenn Sakamoto

turf in institutional, ornamental, and residential areas as well as commercial sod production sites and noncropland sites such as roadsides ( PBI/Gordon Corp., 2008 ). Broadleaf weeds controlled by the said formulation include beggarticks ( Bidens sp

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Christopher A. Proctor, Daniel V. Weisenberger, and Zachary J. Reicher

-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ Beard, J.B. Martin, D.P. Mercer, F.B. 1980 Investigation of net-sod production as a new technique, p. 353–360. In: Beard, J.B. (ed.). Proc. 3rd Intl. Turfgrass Res. Conf., Munich, West Germany, 11–13 July 1977. ASA, CSSA, SSSA, and Intl

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Orville C. Baldos, Joseph DeFrank, and Glenn Sakamoto

under the trade name Powerzone® (PBI/Gordon, Kansas City, MO), is labeled for selective control of broadleaf weeds in warm and cool season turfgrasses in institutional, ornamental, residential/domestic, and agricultural (commercial sod production) sites

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Kenton W. Peterson, Robert C. Shearman, Roch E. Gaussoin, Garald L. Horst, and Walter H. Schacht

, T.P. 1997 Sod production characteristics of turf-type Buchloe dactyloides Intl. Turfgrass Soc. Res. J. 8 455 465 Gilmore E.C. Jr Rogers, J.S. 1958 Heat units as a method of measuring maturity in corn

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

runoff concentrations from turfgrass Water Air Soil Pollut. 199 33 44 Tesfamariam, E.H. Annandale, J.G. Steyn, J.M. 2009 Exporting large volumes of municipal sewage sludge through turfgrass sod production