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Chengyan Yue, Jingjing Wang, Eric Watkins, Stacy A. Bonos, Kristen C. Nelson, James A. Murphy, William A. Meyer and Brian P. Horgan

working priorities, availability of the germplasm, and scheduling and staff training ahead of seasonal changes were regarded as less important. In fact, many warm-season grasses in the south are vegetatively propagated; therefore, seed yield would not be

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Geungjoo Lee, Robert N. Carrow and Ronny R. Duncan

thesis submitted by G.J. Lee. Funding from the U.S. Golf Association and Georgia Turfgrass Foundation Trust is gratefully acknowledged.

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Bradley S. Sladek, Gerald M. Henry and Dick L. Auld

Zoysiagrass ( Zoysia spp.) is a warm-season, perennial turfgrass native to parts of China, Japan, and Korea ( Engelke and Anderson, 2003 ). It is adapted throughout the southern region of the United States to the northern transition zone

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Antonio Pompeiano, Nicola Grossi and Marco Volterrani

manilagrass (both often are referred to as zoysiagrass) and, to a more limited extent, mascarene grass ( Forbes and Ferguson, 1947 ). Zoysiagrass, as a warm-season turfgrass characterized by the Hatch-Slack photosynthetic pathway (C 4 ), has an optimum growth

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Qi Zhang and Kevin Rue

intraspecific differences of salinity tolerance in warm-season turfgrass species during germination and the seedling growth stage. Alkalinity (pH) effects on turfgrass germination. Alkalinity did not influence FGP or DGR in the present study ( Table 1 ). Our

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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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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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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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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