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Travis C. Teuton, John C. Sorochan, Christopher L. Main, Thomas J. Samples, John M. Parham, and Thomas C. Mueller

Growing quality turfgrass throughout the year in the transition zone is difficult. The transition zone is identified as the area of transition from cool- to warm-season turfgrasses between the cool and warm regions of the world ( Beard, 1973

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Ada Baldi, Anna Lenzi, Marco Nannicini, Andrea Pardini, and Romano Tesi

diagnose possible nutritional disorders and to monitor the effectiveness of a fertility program ( Landschoot, 2003 ; McCrimmon, 2001 ). Several studies report nutrient data for warm season turfgrass including bermudagrass ( Cynodon sp.), the most widely

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Jack D. Fry and Raymond A. Cloyd

Zoysiagrass ( Zoysia spp.) is a warm-season turfgrass used in home lawns and golf course fairways within the transition zone of turfgrass adaptation and in the southern United States ( Fry and Huang, 2004 ). Cultivars of Z. matrella (L.) Merr

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Mark G. Lefsrud, John C. Sorochan, Dean A. Kopsell, and J. Scott McElroy

traditional and heat-tolerant turfgrasses are able to accumulate plant pigments (lutein, β-carotene, and Chls) over the growing season to allow the turfgrass to tolerate stress events. Therefore, the objective of this study was to determine the accumulation

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Tim R. Pannkuk

was significant for both plant combination ( P < 0.0001) and season ( P < 0.0001). Plant combination by season interaction was not significant. As percent area covered by turfgrass increases, so did mean leachate depth ( Table 5 ). Mean late season

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Qi Zhang, Kevin Rue, and Jeanna Mueller

were included in this study: four cool-season grasses, ‘Stonewall’ tall fescue ( Festuca arundinacea Schreb.) (TF), ‘L-93’ CB, ‘Kenblue’ KB, and ‘Zoom’ PR, and two warm-season grasses, ‘Zenith’ zoysiagrass ( Zoysia japonica Steud.) (ZOY) and ‘Riviera

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Laurie E. Trenholm and Jerry B. Sartain

another study, Sartain (2002) reported limited root mass in warm-season grasses in early spring as grasses come out of dormancy with maximum root mass recorded from May through August. These data would suggest that fertilization of turfgrass should not

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Maria P. Fuentealba, Jing Zhang, Kevin E. Kenworthy, John E. Erickson, Jason Kruse, and Laurie E. Trenholm

( Carrow, 1996a ; Miller and McCarty, 1998 ), and is generally positively correlated with the rate of water uptake under well-watered conditions ( Huang, 2000 ). Variations of RLD in a limited number of turfgrass species including cool-season and warm-season

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Stefano Macolino, Matteo Serena, Bernd Leinauer, and Umberto Ziliotto

with standard cultivars Appl. Turfgrass Sci. 10.1094/ATS-2007-0508-01-RS Croce, P. De Luca, A. Mocioni, M. Volterrani, M. Beard, J.B. 2004 Adaptability of warm season turfgrass species and cultivars in a Mediterranean climate Acta Hort. 661 365 368

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Travis Wayne Shaddox and Joseph Bryan Unruh

). Thus, in some cases, SRN sources provide additional value relative to urea. However, published studies that have investigated the cost of N sources applied to warm-season turfgrasses are scant. This is particularly true when the slow