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Kyle Briscoe, Grady Miller, Scott Brinton, Dan Bowman and Charles Peacock

Record. 31 1 3 Unruh, J.B. Gaussoin, R.E. West, S.C. 1996 Basal growth temperatures and growth rate constants of warm-season turfgrass species Crop Sci. 36 997 999 USDA-NRCS Soil Survey Division 2008 Official series description. 4 Apr. 2011. < http://www2

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John M. Kauffman, John C. Sorochan and Dean A. Kopsell

level, z power = z value of desired power level, σ 2 = residual sample variance, and d = minimum detectable difference [MDD ( Cochran and Cox, 1957 ; Tugel et al., 2008 )]. Results Thatch-mat depth and OM content differed among warm-season putting

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Kenneth B. Marcum and Mohammad Pessarakli

://www.dep.state.fl.us/water/reuse/ >. Flowers, T.J. 1985 Physiology of halophytes Plant Soil 89 41 56 Gibeault, V.A. Hanson, D. Lancaster, D. Johnson, E. 1977 Final research report: Cool season variety study in high salt location Calif. Turfgrass Culture 27 11 12 Greub, L.J. Drolsom, P

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Travis W. Gannon, Matthew D. Jeffries, James T. Brosnan, Gregory K. Breeden, Kevin A. Tucker and Gerald M. Henry

Crabgrass ( Digitaria spp.) is a common weed of warm- and cool-season turfgrasses. A survey of the southern United States conducted by Webster (2000) ranked crabgrass as the most common turfgrass weed in 10 of 12 southern states. Compared with

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viable alternative to slips in commercial sweetpotato production. Drought Resistance of Warm-season Turfgrasses Grown in Turkey Six warm-season turfgrass species and several of their varieties were evaluated for resistance to drought under the

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Andrew J. Hephner, Tyler Cooper, Leslie L. Beck and Gerald M. Henry

the only post-emergence herbicide labeled for the control of khakiweed in warm-season turf ( Anonymous, 2009 ). Kopec et al. (2004) reported 95%, 94%, and 98% khakiweed control 40 d after treatment (DAT) with trifloxysulfuron applied at 0.017, 0

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Thomas V. Reed and Patrick E. McCullough

turfgrass stands ( Radford et al., 1968 ). Swinecress tolerates heavy traffic, low mowing, and has prolific growth in turf areas with minimal competition ( Harrington, 1992 ). For example, swinecress germination during cool-season turfgrass establishment in

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Travis Culpepper, Joseph Young, David T. Montague, Dana Sullivan and Benjamin Wherley

Urbanization on the US landscape: Looking ahead in the 21 st century Landsc. Urban Plan. 69 219 234 Baldwin, C.M. Liu, H. McCarty, L.B. Luo, H. Wells, C.E. Tolar, J.E. 2009 Impacts of altered light spectral quality on warm season turfgrass growth under

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Alexander R. Kowalewski, Brian M. Schwartz, Austin L. Grimshaw, Dana G. Sullivan and Jason B. Peake

across a wide range of cool and warm-season turfgrass species include, but are not limited to, total cell wall content ( Brosnan et al., 2005 ; Shearman and Beard, 2002 ; Trenholm et al., 2000 ), lignin content ( Shearman and Beard, 1975 ; Trenholm et

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Matthew J. Koch and Stacy A. Bonos

drought on many currently available cool-season turfgrasses. Ice-melting salts ( Marcum, 1994 ), salt spray, salt intrusion in groundwater ( Newport, 1997 ; Todd, 1974 ), and flooding of the root zones on turfgrass sites planted near saltwater may also