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Jinghua Fan, George Hochmuth, Jason Kruse, and Jerry Sartain

. Plant Nutr. 43 451 463 Carrow, R.N. Duncan, R.R. 1998 Salt-affected turfgrass sites: Assessment and management. Ann Arbor Press, Chelsea, MI Errecart, P.M. Agnusdei, M.G. Lattanzi, F.A. Marino, M.A. 2012 Leaf nitrogen concentration and chlorophyll meter

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Lisa L. Baxter and Brian M. Schwartz

(ecotype: Tifton, GA); 2 n = 4 x = 36]. The resulting progeny were subjected to standard golf green management practices before the best F 1 hybrid was selected for greater density, less weed presence, and greater disease resistance than the common

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Candace Bartholomew, Benjamin L. Campbell, and Victoria Wallace

Commissioner of Public Health, the Commissioner of DEEP, or the school superintendent of a public elementary school. Decreased pesticide use has been shown to make it difficult to control weeds, insects, and diseases in newly seeded and established turfgrass

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Sophie Rochefort, Yves Desjardins, David J. Shetlar, and Jacques Brodeur

, 1993 ; Belesky et al., 1987 ), reduced susceptibility to diseases, and reduced susceptibility to insect infestations ( Breen, 1994 ; Carrière et al., 1998 ; Richmond and Shetlar, 2000 ). Although turfgrass mixtures have potential for better overall

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B.G. Wherley, P. Skulkaew, A. Chandra, A.D. Genovesi, and M.C. Engelke

Light intensity affects gibberellic acid content in kentucky bluegrass HortScience 38 113 116 Turgeon, A.J. 2002 Turfgrass management Prentice Hall Upper Saddle River, NJ Vargas, J.M. Beard, J.B. 1981 Shade environment-disease relationships of kentucky

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Megan M. Kennelly, Timothy C. Todd, Derek M. Settle, and Jack D. Fry

, or Manhattan, KS. Studies at both locations indicate that lower mowing heights resulted in greater moss severity. Literature Cited Beard, J.B. 2002 Turfgrass management for golf courses 2nd Ed John Wiley & Sons

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Ruying Wang, James W. Hempfling, Bruce B. Clarke, and James A. Murphy

. Hempfling et al. (2017) reported topdressing in combination with other best management practices without fungicides provided acceptable disease suppression during moderate but not severe disease epidemics. Turf with a substantial thatch layer is known to

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Kari Hugie, Chengyan Yue, and Eric Watkins

( Qian et al., 2010 ) as well as provide recreational and aesthetic benefits to society ( Beard and Green, 1994 ). However, turfgrass culture and management practices in the urban landscape have come under scrutiny for potential negative impacts on the

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Desalegn D. Serba, Osman Gulsen, Bekele G. Abeyo, Keenan L. Amundsen, Donald J. Lee, P. Stephen Baenziger, Tiffany M. Heng-Moss, Kent M. Eskridge, and Robert C. Shearman

extensive variability from which increased vigor, green color retention, taller seed stalks, and increased disease-resistant types could be selected ( Beetle, 1950 ). However, the level of improvement that can be achieved through hybridization is not well

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Sanalkumar Krishnan, Yingmei Ma, and Emily Merewitz

cytokinin activity in the xylem sap Plant Physiol. 57 474 476 Backman, P. Stahnke, G. Miltner, E. 2002 Anthracnose update: Cultural practices affect spread of disease in Northwest. Turfgrass Trends. 11(10):T1–T4 Beard, J.B. 2002 Turf management for golf