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The objectives of this study were to determine the effects of high P applications on `Baron', Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis L.) turf quality, chlorophyll content, soil test levels of P and K, and foliar nutrient concentration. In this 5-year field study, P was applied at 0, 22, 43, 86, 172, or 258 kg·ha-1·year-1 using triple superphosphate (210 g P/kg) in single-applications in May. Phosphorus applications did not affect overall yearly quality, chlorophyll content, or soil pH, but increased available soil P and reduced available soil K and Cu concentration in clippings.

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