Search Results

You are looking at 131 - 140 of 322 items for :

  • warm-season turfgrass x
Clear All
Free access

Diego Gómez de Barreda, Jialin Yu and Patrick E. McCullough

In Georgia, cool-season grasses are primarily seeded in fall, rather than spring, to optimize establishment and minimize competition with warm-season annual grassy weeds. However, soil disruption, fertilization, and regular irrigation during

Free access

Nicholas Menchyk, Douglas G. Bielenberg, Samuel Martin, Clint Waltz, Hong Luo, Frank Bethea Jr. and Haibo Liu

fertility programs of warm-season turfgrass putting surfaces in the transition zone and 15 N applications were made at the same weekly rates previously stated totaling 0, 73.5, 147, and 220.5 kg N/ha for each treatment, respectively, in 2010. Trinexapac

Full access

areas including treating wash and processing water, keeping animals out of production fields, and sanitizing harvesting tools and containers. Winter Application of Glyphosate on Warm Season Turfgrasses In transitional environments, turf managers and sod

Full access

George Hochmuth, Terril Nell, J. Bryan Unruh, Laurie Trenholm and Jerry Sartain

studies with healthy st. augustinegrass. Seasonal turfgrass growth and nutrient uptake Seasonal variation in nutrient uptake is widely reported for cool-season grasses ( Frank, 2008 ; Miltner et al., 1996 ), but is less well understood for warm-season

Free access

Jennifer A. Kimball, Thomas G. Isleib, William C. Reynolds, Maria C. Zuleta and Susana R. Milla-Lewis

St. augustinegrass [ Stenotaphrum secundatum (Walt.) Kuntz] is a warm-season, perennial grass species commonly used in the turfgrass industry for its superior shade tolerance and stoloniferous growth habit. However, winter survival is a major

Open access

Baoxin Chang, Benjamin Wherley, Jacqueline Aitkenhead-Peterson, Nadezda Ojeda, Charles Fontanier and Philip Dwyer

management Water Res. 39 1982 1989 Throssell, C. 2005 GCSAA-USGA wetting agent evaluation Golf Course Mgt. 73 52 91 Wherley, B. Dukes, M.D. Cathey, S. Miller, G. Sinclair, T. 2015 Consumptive water use and crop coefficients for warm-season turfgrass species

Full access

Daniel Hargey, Benjamin Wherley, Andrew Malis, James Thomas and Ambika Chandra

southeastern United States, st. augustinegrass is a predominant warm-season turfgrass used for lawns because of its ability to withstand heat and tolerance to shade ( Duble, 2013 ). St. augustinegrass cultivar Floratam is widely used throughout the southeastern

Full access

Michael D. Richardson, John McCalla, Tina Buxton and Filippo Lulli

zone (U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zone 6), warm-season turfgrasses such as bermudagrass and zoysiagrass are commonly used in a variety of turf situations, including lawns and landscapes ( Burton, 1974 ; Peterson et al., 2014 ). Although

Full access

Sam Marshall, David Orr, Lucy Bradley and Christopher Moorman

). Joseph and Braman (2009) compared natural enemies and their potential prey abundance in four common warm-season turfgrass varieties and concluded that turfgrass type influenced relative abundance of herbivorous and predatory hemipterans, likely due to

Free access

Qi Zhang and Kevin Rue

of salinity tolerance of prairie junegrass, a potential low-maintenance turfgrass species HortScience 46 1038 1043 Zhang, Q. Rue, K. Wang, S. 2012 Salinity effect on seed germination and growth of two warm-season native grass species HortScience 47