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

forth. Overwinter mortality of cool-season turfgrasses could be very important in northeastern North America, and may significantly reduce the aesthetic value, function, and durability of turfgrass mixtures ( DiPaola and Beard, 1992 ). The presence of

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Turf Three conversion methods were tested in coastal and inland climates of southern California to identify the best way to replace tall fescue with warm-season turfgrass species. Schiavon et al. (p. 442) found that the application of glyphosate was

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

’ buffalograss Crop Sci. 40 570 571 Ruemmele, B.A. Engelke, M.C. Morton, S.J. White, R.H. 1993 Evaluating methods of establishment for warm-season turfgrasses Intl. Turfgrass Soc. Res. J. 7 910 916

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

, few studies have evaluated how initial composition of KBG:PRG in the seed mixture affects species composition over multiple years in the humid Midwest, just north of the transition zone of adaptability between cool- and warm-season turfgrasses. Our

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Cécile Bertin, Andy F. Senesac, Frank S. Rossi, Antonio DiTommaso and Leslie A. Weston

of 5 due to disease incidence and its impact on turfgrass density. Spring green-up evaluation was rated separately and was based on a visual rating performed during the 1999 growing season, with 9 representing actively growing dark green turf and 1

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Jun Yan, Jingbo Chen, Tingting Zhang, Jianxiu Liu and Haibo Liu

nutrient uptake of 10 warm-season turfgrass species, including centipedegrass, and found that growth and nutrient absorption of most turfgrasses were inhibited when Al concentrations were greater than 640 μM. Among the 10 warm-season turfgrasses studied

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Travis Wayne Shaddox and Joseph Bryan Unruh

volume of water near the putting green surface may be reduced by using wetting agents but the remaining water is distributed more uniformly when compared with reduced-irrigation plots. Similar results have been reported for warm-season turfgrasses

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Jack Fry, Randy Taylor, Bob Wolf, Dick Stuntz and Alan Zuk

With the cost of maintaining cool-season sports turfs increasing in the transition zone as a result of expenses associated with water and fungicide applications, there is interest in converting these areas to freezing-tolerant warm-season grasses

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Ross C. Braun, Jack D. Fry, Megan M. Kennelly, Dale J. Bremer and Jason J. Griffin

for landscape irrigation is under increasing scrutiny. Warm-season turfgrasses are more heat and drought resistant than cool-season grasses, and their use results in water savings ( Fry and Huang, 2004 ). In addition, warm-season turfgrass also require

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John B. Workman, Patrick E. McCullough, F. Clint Waltz, James T. Brosnan and Gerald M. Henry

seedling emergence in perennial ryegrass and tall fescue stands as well as reseeding intervals with aminocyclopyrachlor application on warm-season turfgrass seed and vegetative material. Literature Cited Anonymous 1998 Drive 75 DF herbicide label. EPA Reg